Viewing Andrew G. Cooper (1894-1956).
Andrew G. Cooper practiced law in Minneapolis from June 1926, when he was admitted to the bar, to October 1953, when he retired. He was a general practitioner who was very active in the Farmer-Labor Party in the 1930s. He was a partner of Thomas E. Latimer and served as the latter's secretary after he was elected Mayor of Minneapolis in 1934. He died on March 4, 1956, nearly sixty-two years old.