Laughlin

Hon. Lee Laughlin was president of the McMinnville National Bank beginning January 1897. He was vice-president from his beginning until 1897.

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Howorth

Samuel Howorth, of the firm of S. Howorth & Co. of McMinnville, was the son of Daniel Howorth of Niagara Falls.

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Hodson

Orlando Orville Hodson was born in Carthage, Indiana in 1857. He moved to Oregon in 1878 and after working two years in Salem, moved to McMinnville.

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Hendershott

George W. Hendershott, an honored veteran of the Civil War, was a native of Lenawee County, Michigan.

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Hembree

Walter L. Hembree was a native Oregonian, born in McMinnville October 6, 1872. he was reared and educated in the public schools and college and at the Monmouth state normal.

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Harding

Frank S. Harding was born in Three Rivers, Michigan, March 10, 1856. He moved with his parents to Lagrange, Indiana in 1870 where he attended high school and learned the printers' trade. Harding came to Astoria, Oregon in June 1877 and worked in the office of the Astorian with D. C. Ireland.

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