HARRY C. FLOOD, editor and proprietor of the
Republican, Meadville, was born May 19, 1864, in Huntingdon County, Penn.,
son of Theodore L. and Annie M. C. (Black) Flood, the former born in Blair
County, Penn., the latter in Huntingdon County, Penn. Our subject, their
eldest son, received the principal part of his education in Allegheny
College. He studied law and graduated in Albany (N. Y.) Law School in
1883, and opened a law office in Franklin, Ind., but returned to Meadville
the same year, and entered upon his present work, that of editor and
proprietor of the Meadville Daily and Weekly Republican. His father,
Theodore L. Flood, D. D., has had charge of the Chautauqua Magazine for
several years, and Harry C., naturally inclined to journalistic work, has
succeeded in building up a large patronage for his paper. As the name of
the paper would indicate, his views are Republican.
History of Crawford County,
Pennsylvania: containing a
history of the county, its townships, towns, villages, schools,
churches, industries, etc., portraits of early settlers and prominent
men, biographies, history of Pennsylvania, statistical and miscellaneous
matter, Chicago: Warner, Beers & Co., 1885, page 738-739.
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