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Manitoba History No. 89
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Manitoba Business: Dauphin Herald

In October 1904, the Dauphin Herald at Dauphin was founded by Fred F. Moore. He operated it until mid-1907 when it was taken over by George King and his son William D. King. They later merged it with the Dauphin Press into the Dauphin Herald and Press. After George King’s death in 1924, the paper was managed by a group including his sons and son-in-law, William S. Marsh.

Publishers

Period

Publisher

1904-1907

Fred F. Moore (c1869-?)

1907-1924

George King (1858-1924)

1925-1931

William Duncan King (1883-1931)

1931-1949

William Stanley Marsh (1881-1949)

Editors

Period

Editor

1904-1907

Fred F. Moore (c1869-?)

1907-1924

George King (1858-1924)

1925-1931

William Stanley Marsh (1881-1949)

1931-1939

?

1939-1941

Alfred James Marsh (1916-1942)

1941-1946

William Stanley Marsh (1881-1949)

1946-?

Helen Frances Marsh (1918-1995)

Sources:

“FO. A. James Marsh killed on active service overseas,” Dauphin Herald and Press, 20 August 1942, page 1.

“William S. Marsh, Herald publisher, dies on Monday,” Dauphin Herald and Press, 8 September 1949, page 1.

The Story of Manitoba’s Weekly Newspapers by Major A. M. Pratt, The Manitoba Weekly Newspapers Association, 1970, pages 551-564.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 13 January 2018

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