Clinton Rosette

Clinton Rosette

Clinton E. Rosette (b. about April 1850 d. 24 July 1909) was a prominent citizen of DeKalb, Illinois during the 19th century. Rosette was closely associated with well known men from the same city, such as Isaac Ellwood. He was the first editor of the newspaper in DeKalb, the Daily Chronicle, a newspaper whose first publisher was barbed wire inventor Joseph Glidden. Today, a middle school bears his name.

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Clinton Rosette - Death
... Rosette died of Bright's Disease on 24 July 1909, scarcely six months after selling the newspaper and publishing company to Greenway and Raymond ...

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