Museum the New Llano Colony

Bill Page


Family Information: Nephew of Chester Page.  


Pre-Colony History:  

Home in Colony:  

Job in Colony: In 1932 he was sent to work at the laundry after Mrs. Olive Gaylord called for another man.

In 1933 he and his "diminutive assistant", Carl Mahler, were driving the roustabout wagon to the hotel kitchen with provisions.  

Other Info: In November 1932, a new male quartet was in the making -- Bill was first tenor with a lyric quality tenor; Weatherwax second tenor; Ayres first bass with a mellow baritone quality; Young Oliver Gaylord sounded a trombone quality in the second bass end.

Post-Colony History:  


Sources: "Llano Colonist": November 19, 1932, December 3, 1932, December 10, 1932, June 10, 1933  


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