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The Daily News, Denver, Colo.
March 13, 1894 Page 5
DEATH OF HARRY KELLOGG
An old time gambling man and one who enjoyed the heartiest respect of his fellows died yesterday morning at his residence, 2033 Arapahoe Street, in the person of Harry Kellogg. He was 63 years of age and died of a complication of diseases. He had lived in Colorado for over twenty-five years and was known by all the old-timers who made the very rapid pace of twenty years ago in Leadville and other camps. He leaves a wife and three children. The gambling fraternity have cheerfully given the family all that was wanted since the "old man" fell ill three months ago. The funeral will take place Thursday afternoon, the Arcade bearing all the expense. The deceased had been in the employ of Pierson Bros., for the last two years.
Contributed by: Rita Timm 1895 Denver