Museum the New Llano Colony



Charlie Wichman

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Pre-Colony History:  

Family Information: Husband of Mrs. Charlie Wichman.  

Job in Colony: In May 1930 Maxine Palmer helped the Mesdames Oberleitner, Hewett, Kimball, Hardy, and Lacefield; the Misses Lois Thompson, Bonnie Mason, Florence Case and Rhea Mae Baldwin; and the Messrs. Petersen, Wichman and DeBoer serve dinner under the direction of Mrs. Walter Fread.  

Home in Colony: In 1934, he and his wife were to occupy the house vacated by the Emery's when they moved into the Synoground house. 

Other Info: In April 1928 Miss Wilson was teaching piano classes to several boys and girls in the colony. The members of the Boys' Harmonica Club had had six weeks of classes and included Carl Besse, Roslyn Armacost, Robert Roe, Charles Wichmann, Kenneth Thurman, Isom Shoemaker, Roy Swenson, Fred and Roscoe Busick.  

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Death:  

Sources: "Llano Colonist": April 14, 1928, May 3, 1930, May 17, 1930, September 8, 1934