Lawrence B. Weaver Letters
Scope and Contents
The collection contains two letters dated July 22 and July 29, 1940 between Lawrence B. Weaver, Long Beach, Calif. and Thomas A. Weaver, Denver, Colo. Some genealogical information for both men is included.
- Weaver, Lawrence B.,1889-1958. (Person)
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Biographical / Historical
Lawrence Benton Weaver was born in Ind. in 1889 and died in Los Angeles, Calif. in 1958. Based on a newspaper photograph, in 1940, Weaver wrote to the Post Master at Central City, Colo. regarding his father, Thomas A. Weaver. Thomas Weaver was born in Prince William, Ind., but Lawrence Weaver had not seen him since 1905. Weaver received a response from a Thomas A. Weaver (b.1864, N.Y.) of Denver, Colo., a mining engineer and teacher, but the two men were not related.
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