Viewing G. Harvey Snyder, Sr. (1878-1939).
Glyde Harvey Snyder was admitted to the Minnesota bar in 1915, at age thirty-six. He became an associate of John E. Tappan, a financial services visionary who had started Investors Syndicate. It was a major client of Tappan & Snyder. After they parted, he worked with other lawyers in Minneapolis. He died on December 16, 1939, at age sixty-one. Three days later, in a short tribute in district court on behalf of the Hennepin County Bar Association, Douglas Juneau, an associate, declared, "As to his standing and ability as a lawyer he was second to none, while at the same time being ever willing to go out of his way to assist or advise some young inexperienced and struggling youth. He was always willing to assist indigent clients."