Museum the New Llano Colony



 Ruth Tuber

Birth:  

Family Information: Daughter of Sadie and Myer Tuber.

Sister of Sylvia and William Tuber.  

Description:  

Pre-Colony History: In 1930 she was living in Hartford, Connecticut with her parents and siblings.  

Home in Colony:  

Job in Colony:  

Other Info: She was one of 16 girls who wound the broad ribbons round the Maypole at Llano's birthday party in 1932 (other dancers included Nellie (Kemp) Bradshaw, Laura (Synoground) Swenson, Ruth Shoemaker, Sylvia Tuber, Winnie (Ogden) Dougherty, Verda Bradshaw, Hortense Self, Esta Caves, Helen Emry, Vivian Busick, Irene Hewitt, Myrtle and Irene Maki, Marguerite Killian, Iris Busick, Flora Young and Rhea Mae Baldwin.)  

Post-Colony History: In 1935 and 1940 she was living in Hartford, Connecticut with her parents and siblings -- in 1940 she was working as a clerk in a department store.

Death:  

Sources: US Census: 1930, 1940; "Llano Colonist": May 14, 1932  

 

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