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AT THE DIAMOND MATCH CO. banquet in his honor, Leon P. Greenleaf, retiring general manager of the N. E. Lumber Division, accepts presentation of a watch, purse of money and automobile from present general manager, Albert G. Hanson.  Left to right are Richard J. Gibbons, Sales and Merchandise Manager; Albert G. Hanson; George W. Sanderson, Mass. District Mgr.; Leon P. Greenleaf; Paul L. Doldt, Advertising-Promotion Mgr.; Norman P. Lundy, Auditor and Assistant General Mgr.
(Boston Sunday Herald, November 27, 1955, Section V, pg 13)

2 Men Die in Me. Crash

Wells, Me. - The advertising manager of the Diamond Match Co, and a fellow worker were killed instantly yesterday when their car went off the Main Turnpike and smashed into a tree.
   Paul L. Doldt, 38, of Saco, who formerly resided at 4 Hillcrest St., Nahant, Mass., and Gardner C. Lee 40 of 20 Gardner St., Salem, Mass were alone in the car.
   Doldt moved to Maine two months ago.  He is survived by his wife, Ellen, and a daughter, Martha, six years old.
   The fatal crash occurred beside the super-highway about three miles south of the Wells-Sanford interchange.

(Boston Daily Record, Tuesday, January 20, 1959, pg 8)

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