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Bice Clemow, motherless
« on: Sunday 29 August 21 05:06 BST (UK) »
Can someone find the full text of this article, please:

Anaconda Standard, Anaconda, Montana, 14 August 1910, Page 27
"Tiny Thomas Bice Clemow son of T.P. Clemow who is but eight week old and motherless ..."
Wiltshire:  Banks, Taylor
Somerset:  Duddridge, Richards, Barnard, Pillinger
Gloucestershire:  Barnard, Marsh, Crossman
Bristol:  Banks, Duddridge, Barnard
Down:  Ennis, McGee
Wicklow:  Chapman, Pepper
Wigtownshire:  Logan, Conning
Wisconsin:  Ennis, Chapman, Logan, Ware
Maine:  Ware, Mitchell, Tarr, Davis

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Re: Bice Clemow, motherless
« Reply #1 on: Sunday 29 August 21 05:21 BST (UK) »
Anaconda Standard
Sunday, Aug 14, 1910
Anaconda, MT
Issue: 345
Page: 7

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Re: Bice Clemow, motherless
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 Anaconda Standard
Sunday, Jul 24, 1910
Anaconda, MT
Issue: 324


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 Anaconda Standard
Tuesday, Jul 26, 1910
Anaconda, MT
Issue: 326
Page: 12

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Re: Bice Clemow, motherless
« Reply #4 on: Sunday 29 August 21 05:55 BST (UK) »
Thanks, RJ.

Bice Clemow was an interesting character - editor of the West Hartford [Connecticut] News.  I especially liked this anecdote from his obituary:

"During Gov. Ella T. Grasso's election campaign, Clemow wrote that she had to do something about her personal appearance. "If you're going to be the queen, you should dress like a queen,'' he wrote in a column.  After Grasso's victory, a penitent Clemow offered to make the inaugural dress because "that was the least a whipped editor could do after the public had said so loudly they didn't care how casually a good governor clothed herself.''  He barely got the dress finished in time, delivering it to Grasso just minutes before she was due at a luncheon, preceding her swearing-in."
Wiltshire:  Banks, Taylor
Somerset:  Duddridge, Richards, Barnard, Pillinger
Gloucestershire:  Barnard, Marsh, Crossman
Bristol:  Banks, Duddridge, Barnard
Down:  Ennis, McGee
Wicklow:  Chapman, Pepper
Wigtownshire:  Logan, Conning
Wisconsin:  Ennis, Chapman, Logan, Ware
Maine:  Ware, Mitchell, Tarr, Davis