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John R. Lynch

JOHN R. LYNCH

Shoe merchant at No. 429 East Third Street, is a son of John Lynch, chairman of the South Side’s first volunteer fire department, and Ellen (Connelly) Lynch. He was born December 23, 1878, in St. Louis, Mo., and came to South Bethlehem as a boy, being educated here in the public schools. For some time he was employed as a clerk in O'Reilly’s store and in 1902 engaged in the shoe business. Mr. Lynch is very active in all public affairs and has a wide circle of friends who hold him in high esteem. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus, Holy Name Society, Chamber of Commerce, Washington Republican Association and the Modern Woodmen of America.

 


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George A. Lindenkohl

GEORGE A. LINDENKOHL

Proprietor of the Eagle Hotel, was born in Germany and educated in Goettirigen, Hanover. He is a son of Adolph and Elizabeth K. Lindenkohl. At the age of 16 years he migrated to America and settled in Philadelphia, where he remained until six years ago when he came to Bethlehem. Mr. Lindenkohl has spent the greater part of his life in the hotel and catering business, and has enjoyed unusual success in this line. He takes a great interest in the welfare of the community. He is a member of the Free and Accepted Masons, No. 187; Craftsman’s Club; Columbia R.A. Chapter 91; Bethlehem Commandery, No. 90; Bloomsburg Consistory; Lulu Temple, of Philadelphia; Fraternal Order of Eagles; South Bethlehem Lodge of Elks; International Motor Club; Clover Club; Rotary Club; Pennsylvania State Hotel Men’s Association, and the Chamber of Commerce. On November 15, 1896, he married Anna Louise Sauter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sauter, of Roanoke, Va. Mr. Lindenkohl is a well-known sportsman and is the possessor of many fine trophies of successful hunting and fishing trips.

 

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