Hawley, Albert P.

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Albert P. Hawley Soundex Code H400

Albert P. Hawley, Lumber Dealer

born in: Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, on Wednesday, January 18, 1865;

son of: Orange Foote Hawley and Susan H. Hawley, nee: Susan H. Whittaker;

education: Englewood High School;

married: Dora H. Hawley, nee: Dora H. Thearle, of Chicago on Friday, August 23, 1889;

Children: Hazel May Hawley, Janette Hawley, Albert Thearle Hawley, Doris Hawley, and Imogene Hawley.

Began in employ of Marshall Fields, 1885, continuing 3 yrs.;

then with the I. Smith & Son Co., lumber, Curtis, Nebraska, 2 yrs.;

with Albert Russell, lumber dealer, of Chicago, 8 yrs.;

became connected with John E. Burns Lumber Co., Chicago, 1899,

now secretary and treasurer of John E. Burns Lumber Co., Chicago.

Member: Board of Commissioners, North Shore Park District,

Member: Illinois Manufacturers' Association, Chicago Association of Commerce.

Republican

Masons

Club: Birchwood Country Club

Office: 700 W. Chicago Avenue

Home: 1139 W. Farwell Avenue, 1917, 1919.

Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1917; Rogers Park Directory, 1919, page 35.