Louis Amie Wuthier [RG5411.AM]


RG5411.AM:  Louis Amie Wuthier, 1905-2008

Writings:  1994

Rushville, Sheridan County, Nebraska:  Rancher

Size:  One folder


Born in Sheridan County, Nebraska, Louis Amie Wuthier grew up on the family homestead.  He attended the Boiling Springs School and then two years of high school at Rushville, Nebraska.  He married Lucile Strum in 1928.  The couple lived on a ranch south of Rushville, where Wuthier raised Hereford breeding cattle.  In 1947, the couple moved to a ranch north of Buffalo, Wyoming.  Louis retired from ranching in 1996 and he and Lucile moved into Buffalo, Wyoming.  Lucile Wuthier died in 2003.  Louis Amie Wuthier died on July 14, 2008.


This collection consists of one folder containing various writings by Louis Amie Wuthier.  Included are a biography of his father, Paul Emile Wuthier.  The biography is titled, “The Man Who Played the Accordion.”  Also included are materials he wrote about “The Spectacle Brand.”

Acc. 2002.0416


Writings by Louis Amie Wuthier


Subject headings:

Authors — Nebraska

Cattle brands

Frontier and pioneer life — Nebraska

Homesteading — Nebraska

Sheridan County (Neb.) — History

Wuthier family

Wuthier, Louis Amie, 1905-2008

Wuthier, Paul Emile, 1867-1942


TMM     01-22-2021


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