Posted by Marcia Kreutzmann on Friday, September 19, 2014 at 17:24:44 :
Death of a Mining Man.
SANTA CRUZ, Aug. 30.— Harry C. Frank of Chihuahua, Mexico, a mining man who had been suffering from tuberculosis and who was sent by his physician from Oakland to the McKenzie Ranch near Glenwood three months ago for the benefit of his health, died to-day. Frank is the reputed owner of som rich mines in Mexico. He was 45 years old, unmarriedi and was born in Detroit, Mich. Dr. Frederick Bass of San Francisco, who was his physician in Oakland and who sent him here, arrrved to-day, but Is equally uncommunicative as to his patient's antecedents.
Dr. Bass wired Frank's relatives in Mexlco to-day and on receipt of an answer from them z arranged for the body, to be buried in the cemetery, in this city, to-morrow. Frank was well known, in Seattle and Tacoma having lived in the Bound cities for a number of years.
--San Francisco Call, Volume 98, Number 92, 31 August
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