Virgil W. Peterson

Virgil W. Peterson was admitted to the Illinois bar in 1930. For twelve years he was a special agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and during seven of those years was in charge of the FBI offices in Milwaukee, St. Louis, and Boston. Since April 1942, he has been Operating Director of the Chicago Crime Commission.

Virgil W. Peterson: This week

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