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JENNINGS, Harry, secretary and treasurer of the Jackson Manufacturing Company, was born in Harrisburg, March 31, 1872. He is a son of the late Col. W. W. and Emma Jane (Vanhorn) Jennings. After receiving his primary education in private schools, he spent four years in the Military College of Chester, graduating from this institution in 1890 with the degree of Civil Engineer. In the fall of 1890 he entered Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass., and graduated from this institution with the class of 1893. He returned to Harrisburg, and in October, 1893, was elected to his present position, taking charge of the office in January, 1894.

He is a member in good standing of Robert Burns Lodge, No. 464, F. & A. M. In political views Mr. Jennings is a Republican. He attends the Methodist Episcopal church. He is unmarried

Transcribed by Charles E. Fies for the Dauphin County, Pennsylvania Genealogy Transcription Project -

Date of Transcription: 24 Nov. 2000

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