Arthur Theodore Albers [RG5435.AM]

HISTORY NEBRASKA MANUSCRIPT FINDING AID



RG5435.AM:  Arthur Theodore Albers, 1895-1983



Papers:  1876-1983

Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska:  Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph employee

Size:  0.25 cu.ft.; 1 box & oversize



BACKGROUND NOTE



Arthur T. Albers, son of J. William and Rosina (Evemeyer) Albers, was born September 7, 1895 in Lincoln, Nebraska.  Albers worked as a line man for Lincoln Telephone & Telegraph Company.  He died on March 18, 1983 and is buried in Lincoln Memorial Park.



SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE



This collection consists of one box and one oversize folder containing items relating to Arthur T. Albers and the Albers, Bartz and Evemeyer families.  Materials include correspondence, military and legal papers, certificates and various memorial programs and burial information.  Items in the collection date from 1876 to 1983.



Note:  See the photo component [RG5435.PH] for related images.



INVENTORY



Box 1

Folder




    1. Arthur T. Albers correspondence, 1964, 1979-1980

    1. Arthur T. Albers military and LT&T items, 1918-1963

    1. Albers/Bartz legal papers, 1920-1933

    1. Albers/Bartz memorial programs, burial information, etc., 1929-1983

    1. Albers/Evemeyer certificates (see oversize), 1876-1921

    1. Miscellaneous



 



Subject headings:



Albers family

Albers, Arthur Theodore, 1895-1983

Bartz family

Bartz, Charles A., 1881-1942

Bartz, Charles A., 1917-1944

Evemeyer family

Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph Company (Lincoln, Nebraska)

Military service



 



TMM     08-31-2018

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