Collection: Centennial History of Missouri

Biography of William C. D’arcy

William C. D’Arcy, president of the D’Arcy Advertising Company of St. Louis, his native city, was born September 1, 1873. His father, Henry 1. D’Arcy, a native of Ireland, came to America in 1865; making his...

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Biography of Emile Rodel Cramer

Wherever photography is known throughout the length and breadth of this land and to a considerable extent in foreign countries as well, the name of Cramer is a familiar one to the representatives of the art. For a long period...

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Biography of George Brand

It is always a pleasure and a satisfaction to see success come to one whom we feel is, by reason of his own efforts, entitled to it; and so the many people in the City of St. Louis who have observed the career of George Brand,...

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Biography of James T. Caradine

James T. Caradine, president of the Caradine Harvest Hat Company and one of the conspicuous factors in making St. Louis an important industrial and commercial center, was born in Sherman, Texas, September 22, 1876, a son of...

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Biography of Hon. Moses Hartmann

Hon. Moses Hartmann was born in the city of St. Louis, November 26, 1872. He attended the Madison school, and later the Bryant & Stratton Business College. In February, 1886, he entered the law office of Hon. Charles Nagel....

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Biography of John B. Strauch

John B. Strauch, who since 1918 has been president and general manager of the More-Jones Brass & Metal Company of St. Louis, has been identified with this business for more than a quarter of a century and through the steady...

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Biography of Arthur Lee Oliver

Arthur Lee Oliver, attorney at law, practicing as a member of the firm of Oliver, Raithel & Lacy in St. Louis, was born January 5, 1879, at Leemon, Cape Girardeau county, Missouri. His father, the late Henry Clay Oliver, was...

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Biography of De Wilton Timberman, M. D.

Dr. De Wilton Timberman, a physician and surgeon of St. Louis, was born May 1, 1888. His father, William J. Timberman, was a native of Hannibal, Missouri, and a son of James R. Timberman, who became one of the early settlers of...

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