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Birth:Jan 11 1873
Death:Oct 5 1931
Name:Dwight Whitney Morrow
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Text:"... into many sections of the state, searching for the negro. "His determination has caused (Continued From Page One) D. W. MORROW DEAD Telegrams were sent to other relatives. DwightWhitneyMorrow was born Jan..."
Date:Oct 8 1931
Publication:Athens, Alabama, United States of America
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Text:".... DwightWhitneyMorrow was born Jan. 11, 1873 at Huntington, W. Va., the fourth of eight children of James Elmore Morrow, at that time president of Marshall college. His career is another typically American..."
Date:Oct 8 1931
Publication:Athens, Alabama, United States of America
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Text:"... Coolidge as a sen tor at Amherst college in 1895 voted for the man in the class most likely to succeed he picked DwightWhitneyMorrow Thirtytwo years later the then president of the United States helped..."
Date:Oct 5 1931
Publication:Mason City, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... DwightWhitneyMorrow rise from a small legal practice to heights of glory In finance, social position, statesmanship and politi- cal honor, showed very deeply the affection it had for its most Illus..."
Date:Oct 7 1931
Publication:Olean, New York, United States of America
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Text:"... was the daughter of EUizabèth Cutler Morrow and DwightWhitneyMorrow. Both parents had a strain of strong moral fibre in their characters, and both highly prized education and reading. Mrs. Morrow was a poet..."
Date:Apr 14 1973
Publication:Elyria, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... was the public, especially the Englewood neighbors, among whom DwightWhitneyMorrow was a friend and champion for 26 years. The time of burial was not made known. The family requested that there be no intrusion..."
Date:Oct 7 1931
Publication:North Adams, Massachusetts, United States of America
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Text:"... in the class most like ly to succeed he picked DwightWhitneyMorrow Thirtytwo years later the then president of the Uni tes States helped make his prophecy ocme true by naming his classmate as ambassador..."
Date:Oct 9 1931
Publication:Big Spring, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... POMP, WORKED EARD By C. P. WILLIAMSON WASHINGTON, Oct. 6 UP) To remember all things neces- sary and forget those were not was the rule upon which DwightWhitneyMorrow built successes in all he attempted..."
Date:Oct 6 1931
Publication:Moberly, Missouri, United States of America
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Text:"... for the man In the class mostly likely to succeed,’’ he picked DwightWhitneyMorrow. Thirty-two years later the then president of the United States helped make his prophtTcy come true by naming his classmate..."
Date:Oct 5 1931
Publication:Wichita Falls, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"..., and correctly, so, as part of the Washington birthday celebration. HARD will be the task of President Hoover in replacing DwightWhitneyMorrow as ambassador to Mexico. Mr. Morrow has left Mexico City on his way..."
Date:Sep 21 1930
Publication:Laredo, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... that Ambassador DwightWhitneyMorrow has resigned, left the country. For instance, El Porvenir, which at one time was a strong anti-American pub-plication in Monterrey, editorializes on Mr. Morrow's departure..."
Date:Oct 5 1930
Publication:Laredo, Texas, United States of America
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Text:"... Calvin Coolidge. as a. senior 'at Amherst college in 1S95. voted for man in the class "most likely to succeed." he picked DwightWhitney 'Morrow. Thirty-two years later the then president of the United..."
Date:Oct 6 1931
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:".... The service at the First Presby terian church'at three o'clock this afternoon was 'for the public, :es pcclally .the Englewood neighbor among whom-. DwightWhitneyMorrow was a friend' and champion for 26 years..."
Date:Oct 7 1931
Publication:Centralia, Washington, United States of America
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Text:"..., was the rule upon which DwightWhitneyMorrow built successes in all he at- temj.ted. He ignored formality. Kings and chiefs of states have wailed whljc he stopped another moment to settle a troublesome question..."
Date:Oct 6 1931
Publication:Newark, Ohio, United States of America
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Text:"... not was the rule upon which DwightWhitneyMorrow built successes in all he attempted. He ignored formality. Kings and chiefs of states have waited white he stopped another moment to settle a troublesome question..."
Date:Oct 7 1931
Publication:Sheboygan, Wisconsin, United States of America
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Text:"... ___________________„ whom DwightWhitneyMorrow was a friend and 1 I don’t pretend to know the in-1 champion for twenty-six years, j tricacies of the law in such case.s. 1' The time of burial was not made I think..."
Date:Oct 7 1931
Publication:Kansas City, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... served so brilliantly as ambassador to Mex ico Twentysix United States sena tors arrived at Newark to attend the services for their colleague The city of Englewood which saw DwightWhitneyMorrow rise from..."
Date:Oct 7 1931
Publication:Muscatine, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:".... Xo-g-mui, one hit, FUNERAL WILL BE WEDNESDAY HNGLETWOOD, N. J., Oct. Lead- ers of this and other mittens joined today in tribute to Senator DwightWhitneyMorrow, whoee brief but brllllact career ae..."
Date:Oct 6 1931
Publication:Connellsville, Pennsylvania, United States of America
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Text:"... in the class 'most likely to suc- he picked DwightWhitneyMorrow, whose unexpect- ed death occurred today. Thirty-two years later the then president of the United States helped make his prophecy come true..."
Date:Oct 5 1931
Publication:Ogden, Utah, United States of America
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Text:"... WhitneyMorrow built successes in all he attempted. He ignored formality. Kings and chiefs of States have waited while he stopped another moment to settle a troublesome question.-------- In working he wa..."
Date:Oct 6 1931
Publication:Thomasville, Georgia, United States of America
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