Title

Profile of one of the most luminous firms in the history of Portland's business

Authors

Source

Portland Monthly

Date

2-2000

Additional Date Information

Feb-Mar 2000

Pages

25-29

Abstract

Profile of one of the most luminous firms in the history of Portland's business community: Loring, Short & Harmon. The company, Maine's leading wholesaler in the line of books and stationers, was founded in 1865 by Leonard O. Short and George B. Loring, who were joined in 1868 by Charles C. Harmon. With details about the murder of Lillian I. MacDonald, a stenographer at the firm of Loring, Short & Harmon in Portland, who was killed in 1930 by James M. Mitchell, 21, a company shipping clerk.

Subjects

Loring, Short & Harmon Co, Murders Portland, MacDonald, Lillian I, Mitchell, James M

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