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Leo Clinton Harmon

Leo Clinton Harmon, American banker. Member of executive board National Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Commission and chairman Michigan commission to further same project.

Background

  • Harmon, Leo Clinton was born on October 31, 1871 in Grand River, South Dakota, United States. Son of William and Zoe Lulu (Picotte) Harmon.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Mount St. Louis College, Montreal, Canada, 1889.

    Career

    • Receiver Stockgrowers National Bank, Miles City, Montana, 1894-1896. Cashier State National Bank, Miles City, 1895-1898, vice president, 1898-1900. Director Lumbermen’s National Bank, Menominee, Michigan, 1900-1913.

      Organizer, 1917, and president State Savings Bank, now retired. Was vice-president and general manager Consolidated Lumber Company. Formerly president Menominee Electric Manufacturing Company, etc.

      Now executive, New York Evening Journal.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member of executive board National Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Commission and chairman Michigan commission to further same project.

    Connections

    • Married Mary E. Maher, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, December 28, 1898.
    • father: William Harmon
    • mother: Zoe Lulu (Picotte) Harmon
    • spouse: Mary E. Maher
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