George B. Bush
September 20, 1920 to January 9, 1923
George B. Bush was born in Englewood, Kansas, on May 25, 1887. He was a graduate of Stanford University, a practicing lawyer in state and federal courts, and prosecuting attorney of Riverside, California, from 1917 to 1918. Mr. Bush authored articles on oil land leasing, and represented the State of California in a major claim in federal court. He was a member of the California Bar Association and the American Bar Association. The Index of California Law, 1850-1919, was completed and published in 1921, under his direction.
Mr. Bush was married to Marian Van Velsor Will on December 25, 1916; they had one son, George Barnard, Jr.