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Who's who in Chicago, the book of Chicagoans, a biographical dictionary of leading living men and women of the city of Chicago and environs

Who's who in Chicago, the book of Chicagoans, a biographical dictionary of leading living men and women of the city of Chicago and environs

Source : Internet Archive

Who's who in Chicago, the book of Chicagoans, a biographical dictionary of leading living men and women of the city of Chicago and environs

Who's who in Chicago, the book of Chicagoans, a biographical dictionary of leading living men and women of the city of Chicago and environs

Source : Internet Archive

Results : CARR


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Patrick J. Carr & Co., real estate. Democrat. Cath- Office: 226 W. Jackson Boul., Chicago,


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Ky., Apr. 7, 1863, s. John Carr and Ella (Dewees) Cochran, ed. high sch., Covington, Ky., m. Birdie M. Sweeney,


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schs. and business coll., m. Mary D. Carr, of Chicago. Nov. 29, 1888, 1 daughter, Margaret. Began in the heating


Page 187

Economy, Columbia, 1889-90, m. Hattie Carr-Fleming, of Chicago, June 9, 1896. After graduation from Hillsdale Coll., traveled for ednl.


Page 289

Margaret (Mrs. John Brown), Herbert Carr. Went to Clinton, 111., Oct., 1878, to learn printing trade in office of


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children: Christian Henry, John Victor, Thomas Carr, Ida Lina. Came to Chicago in 1877, conducted a gen. store in South


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m. Chicago, Dec. 14, 1882, Ida Carr, 4 children: Christian Henry, John Victor, Thomas Carr, Ida Lina. Came to Chicago


Page 378

Martin Cahn prize. 1912, and Clyde M. Carr prize. 1915. Art Inst.


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Chicago, Mrs. Rosenwald prize, 1912, Clyde Carr prize, 1914, Art Inst, of Chicago, represented in several well known pvt. collections,


Page 543

Conn., Aug. 31, 1881, children: Ralph Carr (deceased), Ruth (Mrs. Dee Howard Norton), Olive, Norman Carr, Merlin May.


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(Mrs. Dee Howard Norton), Olive, Norman Carr, Merlin May.


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prizes, 1912, hon. mention, 1912, Clyde M. Carr prize, 1913, William F. Grower prize,


Page 600

Medal of Honor, 1909, The Clyde Carr prize for best landscape in exhbn., 1911, A ists' Guild prize for best


Page 604

and Univ. o Mich., m. Adeline S. Carr, of Verona, N.Y., Mar. 7


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night sch., Chicago, m. Minnie Louise Carr, < Bowmanville, Ont., July 1, 1903. With C., B.&' R.R., 1 yr., with


Page 641

Lake Forest Univ., 1896, m. Georgie Carr, of Chicago, Dec. 23, 1898, 2 children: Clayton Carr, Eliza-Deth. Identified with the


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Marshall Field prize, 1907, Clyde M. Carr prize Chicago Artists' Exhbn., 1912. Picture, Vist from the Pont de Leon,"