Notes on the life and historical services of Thomas W. Prosch
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Published in [Seattle] .
Written in English


  • Prosch, Thomas Wickham, 1850-1915

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Edition Notes

Statementby Charles W. Smith.
LC ClassificationsF891 .P965
The Physical Object
Pagination9 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6674530M
LC Control Number25003675

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I (March-December ), p. ; Charles W. Smith, "Notes on the Life and Historical Services of Thomas W. Prosch," The Washington Historical Quarterly, Vol. 14, No. 1 (January ), p. 30; Clarence B. Bagley, History of Seattle, Washington, Vol. II (Chicago: The S. J. Clark Publishing Company, ), ; Robert L. Ferguson, The Pioneers of.   Following are brief biographies of Thomas Prosch, Virginia McCarver Prosch, Margaret Lenora Denny, and Harriet Foster Beecher. Thomas Prosch. Thomas Prosch was a key early journalist, historian, and civic booster. He was the son of Charles Prosch, who founded the Puget Sound Herald in Steilacoom in   Washington Historical Quarterly, Vol 7 No. 1 (January ) Pioneer Dead of (Summation written by Prosch's daughter Edith G. Prosch) Charles W. Smith, "Notes on the Life and Historical Services of Thomas W. Prosch," The Washington Historical . Thomas Wickham Prosch (), the son of pioneer parents Charles and Susan Prosch, moved with his family from Brooklyn, New York, to the Pacific Coast in Charles Prosch was a printer and, in , founded the Puget Sound Herald in Steilacoom.

William Parkhurst Winans (Janu –) was crucial for the development of parts of Eastern Washington, particularly Stevens County, Walla Walla, and Fort founded Farmer's Savings Bank, and was the president until he died in He was also a member of the board of directors of First National Bank. In addition to his involvement with the bank system, Winans was a clerk Born: Janu , New Jersey. A. W. Piper ( – Novem ) was a Seattle, Washington pioneer whose name was given to Piper Orchard, Pipers Creek and Piper's Canyon in Carkeek Park, and who was elected in – a socialist Seattle City Council member. He owned a bakery known for its artistic confections that served Seattle and the Puget Sound for: Piper Orchard, Pipers Creek, Piper's .   Acclaimed author Richard Prosch won the Western Writers of America Spur Award in for his short fiction. This volume of stories from old Wyoming and Nebraska brings the best of his westerns together under one cover for the first time. A wrecked w.   The Conkling-Prosch family: with some references to the Dotter, Roe, Reynolds, Brooks, Mapes, Elder, McCarver and other connections by Prosch, Thomas Wickham, Pages:

In he and Thomas W. Prosch purchased the paper and he remained with it after its consolidation with the Post. In he formed a partnership with C. T. Conover to engage in the real estate business and he was connected with the same firm until his death, October "Title varies: v. (March June ) as Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society. Supersedes the society's Sources of the history of Oregon. Indexed in International index. Table of contents for each issue; index for annual bound volumes. A cumulative index for v. () was published in Cumulative index for v. in process." -- Lowther, B. J., & Laing, M. ( Cage William Parkhurst Winans Papers, Most of the papers of William Parkhurst Winans were donated to Washington State University Libraries in two installments, the first, in , by Mrs. W.P. Winans and her family, and the second, in , by Mrs. George L. Converse (W.P. Winans’s daughter) and her son, George L. Converse. DANIEL PROSCH. DANIEL PROSCH was born in Germany around Though he was only about forty years old when he died, he left his wife, Christine Alvina TREUMANN with seven children. There were five sons and two daughters. Those sons were named John Christian, Hans Henry, John Daniel, August Christian and Fredrick Wilhelm PROSCH.