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Calahan, Harold

Harold Callahan U.S. Navy WWII
Harold Callahan U.S. Navy WWII

Date of Birth: 11/7/1889
Died On: 11/1/1965
Street Address: Greenhaven
Service Number: unknown
Branch of Service: U.S. Navy-WWII

Veteran Code: USN-39

Harold Callahan was born in New York in 1889. In Rye his family lived on Greenhaven. Harold served as an officer in the U.S. Navy during World War II.

LCDR USNRGreenhaven Yacht Club Plans To Launch One-Design Fleet Philip Rhodes, Navel architect and designer of small boats, was guest speaker at the annual dinner of the Greenhaven Yacht Club in the Blue Haven Inn, Tuesday night. Arthur Karl, commodore of the Yacht Club, described the community project of the club which is building a fleet of eight one-design racing boats, the Rhodes Bantam, designed by Mr. Rhodes. Three of these boats are already off the production line. Other talks were given by Commander Harold Callahan, author former commodore of the club, and by Al Wunderlief, amateur small boat builder. Fifty-eight members and guests attended the dinner.

Harold Calahan, Ex-Mirror Man Port Chester, N. Y. Ifi - Harold A. Calahan, once promotional director of the old New York Daily Mirror, died here last night of a heart attack. He was 76. Since leaving the Mirror, Calahan had been president of H. A. Calahan, a national distributor for marine products, which he founded. He is survived by his widow, Gladys Ralston Britton Calahan. The couple had no children.
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