McLaughlin, Frank Leo

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Frank Leo McLaughlin Soundex Code M242

Frank Leo McLaughlin, secretary and treasurer, Northern Wood Company;

born in: Lowell, Michigan, on Sunday, February 7, 1875;

son of: Michael McLaughlin and Katharine McLaughlin, nee: Katharine Burns

education: public schools, Muskegon, Michigan, and Ferris Business College, graduated, 1902;

married: Anna V. McLaughlin, nee: Anna V. O'Shea in Chicago, on Wednesday, January 27, 1904,

children: Leonie Daisy McLaughlin, Robert Emmett McLaughlin, Frank Leo McLaughlin, Jr.

Began as lumber inspector with Bennett Brothers Lumber Company, 1893,

and was with Mann, Moon & Company, 1894-5, at Muskegon, Michigan;

lumber inspector for T.B. Scott Lumber Company, Merrill, Wisconsin, 1896;

traveling salesman for W. Shore Wood Company, of Chicago, 1897-9;

in business alone, 1900-1;

then partner with C.A. Neal, W.W. Pollock until 1902;

treasurer of the Soo Fuel Company, 1902-7;

secretary and treasurer of Northern Wood Company, since 1907.

Member: Columbian Knights, Knights of Columbus.

Recreations: traveling and books.

Office: Fisher Building, 1911; McCormick Building, 1917.

Home: 1336 Glenlake Avenue, 1911; 1120 W. Albion Avenue, 1917, 1919.

Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1911, page 448; Book of Chicagoans, 1917; ‘‘Rogers Park Directory’’, 1919, page 54.