John H. Burke
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John Harley Burke (June 2, 1894 - May 14, 1951) was an American lawyer, real estate broker and politician. The Democrat served as the first United States Representative from California's 18th congressional district for one term, from 1933 to 1935.
Burke was born on June 2, 1894 in Excelsior in Richland County, Wisconsin. At the age of three, he moved with his parents to Milaca, Minnesota. Three years later, they moved to San Pedro, California, before settling in Long Beach, California in 1909. After attending public school in Long Beach, Burke went on to attend the University of Santa Clara and the law department of the University of Southern California at Los Angeles.〔 After obtaining his Bachelor of Laws degree, he was admitted to the bar in 1917 and started up his law practice in Long Beach.〔 During World War I, Burke served as a private, first class in the 12th Training Training Battery of the Field Artillery in Camp Taylor, Kentucky.〔 After the war, he got himself involved in the oil business.〔
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