Harold J. Berney, The Public Record: 1917 - 1949

This collection traces the activities and locations of Harold Jesse Berney from 1917 to 1949 through newspaper clippings. Compiled by Claude Falkstrom.

The Chattanooga News, July 18, 1917

The Chattanooga Daily Times, July 19, 1917

The Chattanooga News, July 19, 1917

The Chattanooga Daily Times, July 22, 1917


Lansing State Journal, Jul. 23, 1917
1918 Draft Registration Card


The Minneapolis Star, May 18, 1922


Star Tribune Minneapolis, May 19, 1922

The Minneapolis Star, May 19, 1922
The Flint Journal Dec. 20, 1923


Battle Creek Enquirer, Dec. 21, 1923 



Detroit Free Press, May 27, 1925



Miami News, Jan. 26, 1928


Tampa Bay Times, Jan. 29, 1928


The Montgomery Advertiser, Jan. 29, 1928


The Montgomery Advertiser, Jan. 30, 1928
The Amarillo Globe, Feb. 08, 1932

Galveston Daily News, Galveston, Texas, October 22, 1932


El Paso Herald Post, Jan. 31, 1934 


Abilene Reporter News, Feb. 2, 1934

El Paso Herald Post, Feb. 14, 1934


The Charleston Daily Mail, WV, Dec. 8, 1934


News-Palladium, Benton Harbour MI, Jul. 23, 1940


1943 Draft Registration


Berney's sign company ad, Tampa Times, Nov. 28, 1946


Berney's signwork: Tampa Bay Times, Aug. 8, 1946
The Daily News, Huntingdon PA, July 1, 1947
The Daily Oklahoman July 17, 1947
Omaha World Herald,  July 17, 1947

Omaha World Herald,  July 17, 1947


Tampa Bay Times, Jul. 18, 1947


Tampa Bay Times, Jul. 29, 1947


Tampa Bay Times, Aug. 8, 1947


Tampa Bay Times, Aug. 11, 1947


Tampa Bay Times, Aug. 12, 1947

Tampa Bay Times, Aug. 13, 1947


Tampa Bay Times, Nov. 14, 1947


Tampa Bay Times, Nov. 19, 1947


Tampa Bay Times, Nov. 20, 1947


Tampa Bay Times, Dec. 7, 1947


Tampa Bay Times, Dec. 10, 1947


Tampa Bay Times, Dec. 11, 1947


Tampa Bay Times, Jan. 10, 1948


Tampa Bay Times, Feb. 6, 1948


Tampa Bay Times, Apr. 27, 1948


Tampa Bay Times, May 20, 1948


Tampa Bay Times, Dec. 22, 1948


Tampa Bay Times, Jan. 11, 1949


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