Hall, Myron V.
Born: 1811-XX-XX New York
Died: 1881-06-19 Chicago, Illinois
Myron V. Hall was a newspaper publisher and editor, postmaster, town leader, merchant, banker, clerk, Whig, and, later, a Republican. Beginning in 1846, he published a semi-weekly paper called the
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