KENTUCKY: General & Widow

In the 60 years since he was born in Bowling Green, Ky., 6 ft.-2 in., 220-lb. Brigadier General Henry H. Denhardt has made his mark in law, journalism, war and politics. He served ten years as Bowling Green prosecuting attorney, two terms as Warren County judge. With his brother, he has long published the Bowling Green Times-Journal. He organized a company in the Spanish-American War, served as major in the 3rd Kentucky Infantry on the Mexican border in 1916, went to France with it in 1918. In the St. Mihiel offensive he was...

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