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Frank Herry Eames, a graduate of the class of 1889, died at Salt Lake City, Utah, November 28, 1890, of typhoid fever.
The class committee have adopted the following minute in memory of their classmate:
Frank Henry Eames was born at Wilmington, Mass., February 9 1863 He attended the public schools of his native town, and in 1882 entered Phillips Academy, Andover, where he was graduated in 1885, third in his class. He made many friends while at Andover, and won the respect of his elders as well as his school mates by his cheerful courage, his studiousness and his earnest, independent character.
His college life was marked by the same qualities of sturdy faithfulness and religious seriousness, and by lively interests, especially in books and music. He was not widely known in college, but he had warm friends who will miss him from their lives.
Early in 1890 he received an appointment to a clerkship in the office of the Union Pacific Railway at Omaha, Nebraska, from which after some months he was transferred to the office of the Railway at Salt Lake City, where he died on the 28th of November.
His is the first death to take place among the graduates of the class.
FRANKLIN EDDY PARKER, HERBERT HENRY DARLING, JAMES GORE KING, Class Committee, JAMES HARDY ROPES, Class Secretary.
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