Viewing Charles O. Baldwin (1861-1932).
Admitted to the bar on October 14, 1887, Charles Oliver Baldwin practiced law in Duluth for the next forty-five years. Initially he practiced with Seward D. Allen and Charles M. Parkhurst, later with Arthur Crassweller and his brother Albert Baldwin. By the early 1920s, his firm, Baldwin, Baldwin, Holmes & Mayall, had an enviable stable of corporate clients. He died on September 10, 1932, at age seventy-one. In the decades that followed, his firm was renamed and transformed by the addition of new lawyers but, unlike many small firms, it was never dissolved. In 2013, the firm, now known as Johnson, Kellen & Seiler, celebrated its 125th anniversary.