: Shown in this image playing golf at his 75th birthday party, steel executive James A. Campbell remained in good health for most of his life. Three years prior to his death Campbell began to have a health problems, probably caused in part from the stress of the Youngstown Sheet and Tube-Bethlehem Steel merger trial. A heart attack claimed Campbell at his home on September 20, 1933. A daughter, Rebecca, preceded him in death by just a few months and Campbell's wife, Uretta, died just a couple of weeks later on October 2, 1933. View on Ohio Memory.
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: Youngstown (Ohio); Industrialists--Ohio; Ohio Economy--Economy--Business; Steel industry and trade--Ohio--Youngstown--History; Sports; Golfers Places
: Liberty Township (Ohio); Youngstown (Ohio); Mahoning County (Ohio)