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Euclid Sanders

Euclid Sanders, American banker. member board curators (Elective) and president to 1919, State Hist; member Miss; member exec.

Background

  • Sanders, Euclid was born on November 19, 1853 in Iowa City, Iowa, United States. Son of Cyrus and Sarah Paulina (Worden) Sanders.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Philosophy, State University of Iowa, 1874. Bachelor of Laws, Law Department same, 1876, advanced course, 1879.

    Career

    • 1 daughter, Mistress Mary T. Kulikowski. Practiced law in Iowa City, 1876-1879. In the United States Internal Revenue Service, 1879-1882.

      Practiced law in Hastings, Nebraska, 1882-1885, farmed in Iowa, 1886, 1887. Editor Beatrice (Nebraska) Daily Express, 1888-1889. President Iowa City State Bank, since 1897.

      1919; has farmed in Iowa and Wisconsin from 1891. Now manufacturer, Chicago. Actively identified with educational and civic matters.

      Founder Iowa City Public Park, and contributor to natural science and plant departments of State University of Iowa. Member board curators (Elective) and president to 1919, State History Soc, of Iowa. Member Mississippi Valley History Association, National Geography Society.

      Member Executive Committee of University of Iowa Association. Trustee Lakeside Biological Laboratory. Lake Okoboji, Iowa; ex-president Iowa Conservation Association.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Unitarian

    Membership

    Member board curators (Elective) and president to 1919, State Hist. Member Miss; member exec.

    Connections

    • Married Mary Ann Terrell, of Iowa City, February 20, 1889 (deceased).
    • father: Cyrus Sanders
    • mother: Sarah Paulina (Worden) Sanders
    • spouse: Mary Ann Terrell
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