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William Lincoln Garver

William Lincoln Garver, American architect.

Background

  • Garver, William Lincoln was born on June 5, 1867 in Martinsburg, West Virginia, United States. Son of Benjamin F. and Ann (Bell) Garver.

  • Education

    • Westminister College, Fulton, Missouri, 1884-1886. University of Missouri, 1892-1894.

    Career

    • Identified with sociological experiment in cooperative socialism, Sinaloa, Mexico, 1890-1891. Became associated with a school of theosophy, 1891. Delegate National Socialist convs., Chicago, 1904.

      Socialist nominee for Lieutenant-governor Missouri, 1904, 1908. Nominee for government of Missouri, 1908. Author: Associated Communities and Proportional Industry.

      Brother of the Third Degree. Socialism Algonquin, Curtis, Tennis and Racquet, Exan Ideal System of Practical Education, Arena, November, 1894. Address: Chillicothe, Missouri.

    Works

    • Author: Associated Communities and Proportional Industry. Brother of the Third Degree. Socialism Algonquin, Curtis, Tennis and Racquet, Exan Ideal System of Practical Education, Arena, November, 1894.

    Connections

    • Married Allie Meade Dawson, of Chillicothe, Missouri, February 17, 1897.
    • father: Benjamin F. Garver
    • mother: Ann (Bell) Garver
    • spouse: Allie Meade Dawson
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