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William Lincoln Garver

architect.

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