Pioneer in Rotary work called by death Sunday [Harry Ainsworth Wilkie]
Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 26 Sep 1924, p. 7

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26 Sep 1924
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    Latitude: 42.07225 Longitude: -87.72284
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Harry Ainsworth Wilkie, son of Mrs. S. H. Wilkie and brother of Mrs. P. B. Kohlsaat of 341 Woodland avenue, Winnetka, passed away on Sunday, September 21, at his home, Pine Crest Inn, Tryon, North Carolina.

Mr. Wilkie was at one time member of the firm of Wilkie and Sellery, merchant tailors of Chicago. He was also an early president of the Chicago Rotary club, the mother of all Rotary clubs. His many friends on the north shore testify that his life was a realization of the Rotary motto, "Service Before Self--He Profits Most Who Serves Best."

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Pioneer in Rotary work called by death Sunday [Harry Ainsworth Wilkie]