Thomas P. Revelle (1868–1941) was a Seattle lawyer and politician who was a proponent for the founding of the city's Pike Place Market. Revelle was born in Maryland but moved to Seattle in 1898 to serve as a minister at a local Methodist church. He studied law at the University of Washington and became a member of the bar. He ran for City Council and served from 1906 to 1911. In 1910 he ran for Congress but lost the election. He served as a federal attorney for Western Washington. In this capacity Revelle prosecuted and convicted the former Seattle Police official turned bootlegger Roy Olmstead during Prohibition.

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  • Thomas P. Revelle (1868–1941) was a Seattle lawyer and politician who was a proponent for the founding of the city's Pike Place Market. Revelle was born in Maryland but moved to Seattle in 1898 to serve as a minister at a local Methodist church. He studied law at the University of Washington and became a member of the bar. He ran for City Council and served from 1906 to 1911. In 1910 he ran for Congress but lost the election. He served as a federal attorney for Western Washington. In this capacity Revelle prosecuted and convicted the former Seattle Police official turned bootlegger Roy Olmstead during Prohibition. (en)
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  • Thomas P. Revelle (1868–1941) was a Seattle lawyer and politician who was a proponent for the founding of the city's Pike Place Market. Revelle was born in Maryland but moved to Seattle in 1898 to serve as a minister at a local Methodist church. He studied law at the University of Washington and became a member of the bar. He ran for City Council and served from 1906 to 1911. In 1910 he ran for Congress but lost the election. He served as a federal attorney for Western Washington. In this capacity Revelle prosecuted and convicted the former Seattle Police official turned bootlegger Roy Olmstead during Prohibition. (en)
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