Posted by Cathy Gowdy on Thursday, December 14, 2017 at 09:21:26 :
San Rafael Independent
Tuesday, June 21, 1932
Bolinas Ranch Hand Dies of Heat Stroke
Manuel Tellow, 72, a ranch hand who had resided in Bolinas for 45 years, was stricken this morning with a heart attack and died a few minutes later.
Tellow had been suffering with heart trouble for some time. The fatal attack occurred this morning while he was plowing a field on the Morris Ranch near Bolinas. The remains were brought to the morgue here by Coroner J. Ray Keaton and Deputy Coroner Harry Williams. As far as is known, Tellow, who was a native of Madeira, Canary Islands, has no relatives in this country.
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