Harry E. Taylor, Former Ohio Publisher, Is Dead
Article taken from the Lima News March 12, 1932.
Portsmouth, O - March 12
Harry E. Taylor, 59, former publisher of the Portsmouth Times and Sun and the Ironton Tribune died at his home here today. Death was due to a complication of diseases resulting from an attack of influenza.
He was prominent in Democratic circles, both state and national. He was a candidate from the Sixth district for the delegates to the national convention and was a Democratic state central committeeman.
OHIO EDITOR DIES
Article taken from The Lima News, March 15, 1932
One of the most useful citizens passed on when death took Harry E. Taylor, former Portsmouth newspaper editor.
Taylor at one time held all newspaper interests in his home city, surviving his two late partners, his brother, George and Valde Herold to accomplish this business feat.
When the opportunity presented itself a few years ago, he sold out and retired.
In addition to living a keen business career, Taylor made hosts of friends throughout Ohio for his good fellowship and philanthropy. He gave generously to many charities and civic causes.