MRS. ELIZABETH TYLER (NEWCOMB) CLINTON - Interested in all forms of art, and a talented musician, Mrs. Elizabeth
Tyler (Newcomb) Clinton is a noteworthy figure in social circles in Broozne county, New York, and is a leading
resident of Whitney Point. As chairman of the Whitney Point Red Cross, she has been much in the public eye for
a number of years past, and her work in this connection has been commended by those in high authority. Mrs. Clinton
is a daughter of Willis Oscar and Mary L. (Seymour) Newcomb, long residents of Whitney
Point, her father a successful commission merchant of that community.
Elizabeth Tyler Newcomb was born April 7, 1886, at Whitney Point, New York, and her education was begun in the
local schools. She later attended the Bergen School for Girls at Jersey City, New Jersey, and after her graduation
from this institution spent two years in European travel. She became the wife, on June 15, 1907, of Harry
D. Clinton, a sketch of whom precedes. Mrs. Clinton is a Republican by political convictions, and her work
as chairman of the Red Cross has brought her more or less closely in touch with the public advance. She is an ardent
collector of antiques, pottery and ob5ects of art, and is a great admirer and exceUent judge of oil paintings.
She is broadly familiar with standard and current literature.
Mrs. Clinton is a sister of the world famous pianist, Ethel Newcomb, mentioned in the sketch of her father, Willis
Binghamton and Broome County
Editor in chief: William Foote Seward
Libarian for the Binghamton Public Libraey
Lewis Historical Publishing Company
New York and Chicago, 1924
Broome County, NY
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