Barrow, Frank H. (Unknown - May 14, 1924)
Frank H. Barrow Dies Suddenly
Douglas Budget - May 15, 1924Frank H. Barrow, well known newspaper man of Wyoming and Washington, died suddenly last night at his home in that city. The news came in a telegram to Mrs. E.B. Combs, his sister.
Mr. Barrow had been ill in a hospital for some time, but was recovering and had left the institution. Mrs. Combs but yesterday received a letter from him telling of his improved condition and his belief that he would completely recover his health. The news of his death following so soon came as a shock.
Frank Barrow was known as one of the most capable newspaper men of Wyoming and had been connected with a number of newspapers in this state. About fifteen years ago he went to Washington as secretary to Congressman Mondell and remained with him until he retired from the House. When Mr. Mondell became majority leader he selected Mr. Barrow for the important position of legislative clerk, Majority Leader Longworth continuing him in the place.
Mr. Barrow is survived by his wife and son, residing in Washington, and a daughter, Corinne, who lives at Thermopolis; a sister, Mrs. E.B. Combs of Douglas and a brother, C.M. Barrow of Bucklin, Kan. Burial will probably be in Washington.