MEMORIAL NOTICE (2)

New York Times

HARRIS-At a special meeting of the Association of Theatre Managers of Greater New York, held on Saturday, April 20th, 1912, the following resolutions were adopted:

Owing to the sad and sudden death of Henry B. Harris, our honored Vice President, so long and prominently identified with the theatrical interests of this city, and through whose public-spirited efforts was due in large measure the success and high standard which has been attained in the theatrical profession.

It is therefore unanimously resolved, by a rising vote, that this association expresses its deep regret at the untimely taking off of a true and faithful friend, loved and esteemed by them and all others who knew him, and whose death is a distinct loss to this community;

Be it further resolved that this association conveys to his widow and father its sincerest expression of sympathy, with the hope that the burden of grief may be assuaged by the reflection that he has left to them the record of a life nobly spent and worthy of emulation by all who would deal justly, honestly, and generously by their fellow-men.

CHARLES BURNHAM, President.
LEO C. TELLER, Secretary.

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Encyclopedia Titanica (2004) MEMORIAL NOTICE (2) (New York Times, Sunday 21st April 1912, ref: #3184, published 12 July 2004, generated 25th May 2020 11:05:17 AM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/memorial-notice-3.html