James H. Hawley

Although Clarence Darrow ridiculed and goaded Hawley during the Haywood trial, Darrow was kinder to Hawley in his 1932 autobiography: "an old typical pioneer lawyer of the West, a man of ability, long a resident of the State, and had for many years been connected with most of the important litigation of Idaho. He had held various political offices, and soon after the trial was elected governor." Story of My Life 143-44 (1932). Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, LC-DIG-ggbain-26037.