Leonard G. Jaqua collection
Scope and Contents
This collection also includes a December 31, 1930 letter and bank receipt from the Merchants National Bank of South Bend sent to Claribel Ormsby Hering; copies of the poems "Pageant's End (undated), "The Printer" (undated), and "The Song of the Capitol's Dome" (July 13, 1932), written by Samuel B. Pettengill; a telegraph and a letter sent in December 1932 to Mrs. Frank (Claribel) Hering from Congressman Pettengill regarding Frank Hering's trial and conviction for violation of federal lottery laws in connection with the Fraternal Order of Eagles; a circa December 1932 memorandum prepared for the purpose of presenting facts of Hering's character for the consideration of the judge before sentencing; and a December 12, 1932 "Statement of Fact" written by Frank Hering following his conviction.
- circa 1855-1932
- Jaqua, Leonard G., 1898-1978 (Person)
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Information found within collection.
Ancestry.com. "Leonard Guy Jaqua." U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918. Accessed February 2, 2022. https://www.ancestrylibrary.com.
"Leonard G. Jaqua." South Bend Tribune (IN), June 23, 1978. https://www.newspapers.com.
"Walter A. Jaqua Dies at Home." South Bend Tribune (IN), March 6, 1946. https://www.newspapers.com.
0.02 Cubic Feet (2 folders)
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