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Randie O'Neal
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Thu Sep 13, 2018 00:59
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Randy,
It is a linkage I started to look into recently too. I went through most of the thread, but didn't see John Clum's name. He was significant in local LA circa the 20s and 30s. he made his way there and settled in his old age and became friends with LA newspaper writer, Harry Nace. Nace wrote human interest and history pieces for a column in the LA Times and longer pieces for their Sunday Magazine. A good example of his work can be seen in the LA Times, dated 26 April 1931, page 130. It gives a good review of Tombstone in the early thirties. He, Clum and others took a car trip from LA to PHX, then south to the San Carlos Res and to Tuscon, ending up in Tombstone. It's an interesting read; he also did many pieces on various southwest history subjects too. Check him out.

  • LA Research randy king, Wed Aug 29 10:42
    Thank you so much I will try to find these individuals. The Doheny connection came from some research a few years back. I was not interested other then the Tombstone connection. Soon I must go... more
    • LA Research: Late to this thread. — Randie O'Neal, Thu Sep 13 00:59
      • LA researchRandy King, Thu Sep 13 09:39
        What little I know of Clum outside of Tombstone was that he settled in Rancho Mirage area, had a ranch. I do know he moved to LA, in 1928 and lived there for the last four years of his life. Thank... more
        • Clum/L.A.Bob Paul, Thu Sep 13 19:03
          I would hope Clum's descendant(s) , last I remember living in Santa Monica, might help some.
    • Another far out observation.Bob Paul, Wed Aug 29 11:27
      The Doheny connection is intriguing. Ed's last remaining grandchild passed away in L.A. a few years ago and received good news coverage. There was some influence from Ed and later generations here in ... more
      • Clum's papersRandie L O'Neal, Sat Sep 15 08:32
        Where are John Clum's papers? I thought somewhere back east, right?
      • interesting (nm) (nm)Randy King, Wed Aug 29 13:08
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