JOSE D. SENA, clerk of supreme court, (Rep.) delegate Santa Fe Co.; b. Feb. 15, 1867, in Santa Fe; s. of Jose D. and Isabella D. de (Baca) Sena; educ. St. Michael's College, Santa Fe; Jesuit College, Las Vegas; grad. St. Louis Univ. (Mo.) 1885; taught St. Catherine's Indian School, 1886-7; interpreter Indian agency, 1889; priv. secy. Gov. L. B. Prince, 1891-2; deputy U. S. marshal, 1890-2; merchant Fulton, San Miguel Co., 1893; 1893-6, first chief clerk Terr. Auditor, starting the system of the office; mem. House of Rep., 1897; secy. law compilation com., 1897-8; 1900-2 and 1910-11 secy. Rep. Terr. Cen. Comm; clerk supreme court, 1898-1911; mem, first school board city Santa Fe; nos president; alderman two terms, as president, 1902-4; mayor Santa Fe, 1908-10; appointed as first clerk of the first State Supreme Court; mem. Elks, K.ofC.
Address: Santa Fe.