ANDREWS, Harry E., treasurer Boyer Campbell Co., factory supplies; born, Detroit, Aug. 30, 1874; son of Charles
A. and Dolora (Wight) Andrews; educated public schools, Detroit; Caton Business University; married, Nov. 7, 1898,
Maud Packard, of Plymouth, Mich.; three children: Bruce P., Virginia, June. Began active career as clerk and operator,
police headquarters, Detroit, then license clerk for police department; assistant secretary to John B. Whelan (now
Judge Whelan); private secretary to collector of customs, 19051911; treasurer The Boyer Campbell Co. since 1907.
Member Detroit Board of Commerce. Member Detroit Light Guard, 1892-98; enlisted, 1898, in Co. I, 31st Mich. Vols.
and went to Cienfuegos, Cuba; mustered out of U. S. service, 1899; became 1st lieut. Co. C, 1st Mich. Regt., M.
N. G., 1909. Republican. Congregationalist. Mason, K., T. Member Gen. Henry M. Duffield Camp, Spanish War Veterans,
Maccabees. Club: Fellowcraft. Recreations: baseball, handball. Office: 92 Congress St. E. Residence: 115 W. Philadelphia
The Book of Detroiters
A Biographical Dictionary
Of Leading Living Men
Of The City of Detroit
Second Edition 1914
Edited By: Albert Nelson Marquis
A. N. Marquis & Company
Wayne County, Michigan Biographies
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