Museum the New Llano Colony

Albert Wick


Family Information:  


Pre-Colony History:  

Home in Colony: He was living at the Gila location in 1934.  

Job in Colony: In April 1932 the bricklayers under Wes Wright were erecting the boiler wall at the east side of the power plant. George Hullinger and Henry Witt were laying the brick and Albert Wick and Mahler were keeping them supplied with mortar and brick.

In 1934 he was putting in gardens at the Gila location.  

Other Info: In December 1932 those living at the Isle of Cuba Plantation (near Thibodeaux, LA) included: Sam Hall, Harry Morgan, Henry and Bennie Frahm, Beldon Lewis, F. Gossett, John Horney, Roy McLean, Mrs. Swilley and Mr. and Mrs. Perkins with their four children.

By the end of the month, the group had added Mrs. Gossett, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Shipman, Albert Wicks, Dolly McCullough, Jim Nash, Earl Swenson and Ranny Wells.  

Post-Colony History:  


Sources: "Llano Colonist": April 16, 1932, April 23, 1932, December 10, 1932, December 24, 1932, April 14, 1934  


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