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Thornton J. Meacham Jr., Esq., undisputedly one of Harlem's greatest lawyers, largely responsible for blacks being admitted to the New York Bar Association, was honored at a plaque unveiling on Friday, October 27.

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Caption: Thornton J. Meacham Jr., Esq., undisputedly one of Harlem's greatest lawyers, largely responsible for blacks being admitted to the New York Bar Association, was honored at a plaque unveiling on Friday, October 27. The event, attended by over 100 well-wishers, took place at the Migdol Organization's new New York City headquarters, 2280 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd., at the corner of 134th Street in Harlem. Congressman Charles Rangel and former Borough President C. Virginia Fields were among the officials joining Gerald S. Migdol in paying tribute to Meacham, whose many accomplishments include being one of the first African American attorneys to try cases in the Bronx and Queens. Thornton Meacham Jr. Esq. Gerald S. Migdol, Aaron Migdol, Congressman Charles Rangel.
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Date:Dec 13, 2006
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