Carl Lehmann is a lawyer of the younger generation of Cincinnati, influentially identified with the civic administration of his resident village of Glendale. He is a native of Dresden, Ohio, born January 4, 1884, and as a youth attended the public schools of that place. Subsequently, be went to Colorado Springs, Colo., where he pursued a course at Cutler Academy, then returning to Ohio, where he attended the University of Wooster and was graduated with the class of 1907, receiving the degree of Bachelor of Philosophy. His law studies were prosecuted at the Cincinnati Law School, where he was a member of the graduating class of 1910, with the degree of Bachelor of Laws, and upon being admitted to the bar in the same year began practice with Pogue & Pogue. Mr. Lehmann maintained his relation with this concern until November 1, 1916, since which time he has been engaged independently in the practice of his profession as a general practitioner. His offices are located on the sixteenth floor of the Union Trust Building. Mr. Lehmann is a member of the Hamilton County Bar Association and of the college fraternities of Phi Delta Phi and Phi Gamma Delta. He likewise belongs to the Masonic order and the Business Men's and Blaine clubs. For several years he has acted as solicitor for the village of Glendale, where he maintains his home.
Source: Memoirs of the Miami Valley, Vol. 3 by John Calvin Hooper and Joseph Daniel Barnes, Robert O. Law company, 1920, page 30