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Name Wagenbach, William
Born 1910
Birthplace MA
Places of residence Golden, CO
Occupation Chaffeur for Louisa Coors
Coors Porcelain
Role Business
Spouse Lorranie Geising
Children Margaret
Jim

Associated Records

Image of 2015.072.041 - Fonds

2015.072.041 - Fonds

Folder contains: - Golden High School 40th class reunion program for the Class of 1936, dated June 5th, 1976 - Two copies of Golden High School 50th class reunion program for the Class of 1927, dated June 5, 1977 - Two copies of Golden High School 50th class reunion program for the Class of 1936, dated July 12, 1986 -Two copies of a sketch of Golden High School, drawn by Phil Reeves, 1984 -Newspaper article "GHS Class of 1936 celebrates 70 Years" from YourHub.com, Thursday June 29, 2006 -Newspaper clippings regarding Golden High School classes of 1927 and 1936 reunions in 1977 and 1986 -A narrative titled "Golden High School 70th Class Reunion" for GHS Class of 1936

Image of Yearbook for Golden High School, 1926. Title on cover is "Gold Pan 1926." Brown/tan cardstock cover with a tied binding and black lettering. On flyleaf in pencil is handwritten, "William Wagenbach." Last page is covered with signatures and autographs of classmates. Published by the Junior and Senior Classes of Golden High School. 64 pp.

Yearbook for Golden High School, 1926. Title on cover is "Gold Pan 1926." Brown/tan cardstock cover with a tied binding and black lettering. On flyleaf in pencil is handwritten, "William Wagenbach." Last page is covered with signatures and autographs of classmates. Published by the Junior and Senior Classes of Golden High School. 64 pp.

Yearbook for Golden High School, 1926. Title on cover is "Gold Pan 1926." Brown/tan cardstock cover with a tied binding and black lettering. On flyleaf in pencil is handwritten, "William Wagenbach." Last page is covered with signatures and autographs of classmates. Published by the Junior and Senior Classes of Golden High School. 64 pp.

Image of 2011.020.025 - Print, Photographic

2011.020.025 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the December 1913 blizzard. William (Bill) Wagenbach is the little boy standing in the snow cave. The man standing on the left of the snow cave is unidentified. Foss Drug store sign is just visible behind the pile of snow.

Image of 2011.020.004 - Print, Photographic

2011.020.004 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photo of a Stanley Steamer touring car parked in downtown Golden, CO. A sign along the side of the car, above the running board says, Lookout Mt. Auto Road. The car is filled filled people. A man with a cap is standing along the left front of the car. Another car is coming around the corner on the right.

Image of 2012.028.019 - Print, Photographic

2012.028.019 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of the Masterson/ Wagenbach house located at 901 12th Street, formerly 2nd Street in Golden, Colorado. There are three unidentified people sitting in front of the house. A rock wall with a iron fence lines the yard around the house. Various residences are seen around the house. Photograph is mounted on a piece of heavy cardstock.

Image of 2015.068.001 - Print, Photographic

2015.068.001 - Print, Photographic

One copy of a formal wedding photograph of Lorraine (Giesing) Wagenbach wearing her wedding dress. Portrait by O. W. Fischer taken on April 11, 1942.

Image of 2015.072.008 - Print, Photographic

2015.072.008 - Print, Photographic

Black and white photograph of 15 mature adults posing in a group out of doors; front row is kneeling, back row is standing. This is a photo of Golden High School Class of 1927, taken at their 50th reunion on June 5, 1977. Front row from right to left are: Bill Wagenbach, Marguerite Little Duvall, Barbara Herr Frederick, Mathematics Teacher Todd O. Downing, Margaret Duvall Barker, and Helen Sweeney. Standing right to left are: Frank Coolbaugh, Albert Wooldridge, Hazel Claar Archer, Ruth Watson Hail, Kenneth Rudd, Babe Nakervis Redmon, Margery Todd Smith, Donald Rice, and Kenneth Green. According to a newspaper clipping regarding the Class of 1927's 50th reunion, members of the Class of 1