Justice William H. White's law partner:
CHARLES F. MUNDAY, of Seattle, has attained marked success in the practice of his profession. Mr. Munday is a native of California and was born in 1858. His early educational training was had in public schools, following which he entered George Washington University, Washington, D. C., and from this institution graduated with the class of 1879, taking the LL. B. degree. For two years Mr. Munday practiced his profession in Petaluma, Cal., and in 1881 located in Seattle. For more than thirty years he was a member of the firm of White and Munday , but since 1914 has practiced individually, devoting his practice principally to corporation and probate matters. Mr. Munday is a member of the University club, Seattle Golf club, Vancouver club, and the city, state and national bar associations. Literally speaking. I doubt if there can be found a lawyer in the Northwest of a keen mind. The logic of his contentions in court is readily seen, and it is seldom he fails to convince a jury. When he enters trial of a case he is alert, forceful and insistent upon the protection of the rights of his client. I have seen Mr. Munday in argument before the courts and have noted the policy he follows in the introduction of evidence as well as in the cross examination of witnesses. I have heard him grow eloquent, and I have heard him resort to sarcasm, the keen thrusts of which have been felt by opposing counsel However, at all times he is courteous in his attitude. He is a hard worker in behalf of anything the object of which will be to benefit Seattle and Washington.
Source: Boswell, H. James. American Blue Book Western Washington, Seattle, Lowman and Hanford Co., 1922. p. 144.