Harold Robeson,72, inventor of the dye pack used by about...

Deaths Elsewhere

January 28, 1998

Harold Robeson,72, inventor of the dye pack used by about 5,000 U.S. financial institutions to catch bank robbers red-handed, died Saturday in Atlanta.

Esther Boyer Bauer,92, a national leader with Church of God, died Sunday in Anderson, Ind.

Robert H. Brisbane,84, a professor who founded the political science department at historically black Morehouse College and inspired community activism among his students, died Friday in Atlanta.

Dorris Carlson,94, widow of the man who created the technology for xerography, leaving a legacy of philanthropy by donating millions of dollars to charity, died Saturday in Rochester, N.Y.

Walter D. Edmonds,94, an author best known for the classic story, "Drums Along the Mohawk," died Saturday in Utica, N.Y.

Pub Date: 1/28/98

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