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Henry M. White
HENRY M. WHITE, TORRINGTON: Editor “Torrington Register.”
Henry M. White, member of the general assembly from Torrington for the current term, is the editor of the
Torrington Register, which has for years been a leading county paper in Western Connecticut.
|| Mr. White has been at the head of the paper for nine years. In 1889 he founded the Daily Register, which has a handsome clientage in the flourishing borough of Torrington and the adjacent localities. Mr. White was born at Elba, N.Y., and was educated at the Shelburne Falls Academy, Mass. He was formerly engaged in the manufacture of hardware, occupying the positions of foreman and salesman. He has resided in Shelburne Falls and Northampton, Mass., and in New York. Mr. White is connected with the Congregational church at Torrington, and is the secretary of the
Y.M.C.A. in that place. He was the superintendent of the Sunday-school at Northampton. He is the president of the Mercantile Co-operative Bank, and is a member of the Knights of Honor.
His wife, who is living, was Miss Minnie A. Cole prior to her marriage. There are no children.
Source: Builders of Our Nation, Men of 1914
pub. Men of Nineteen-Fourteen, Chicago, Ill. 1915.
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