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Notes on the life and historical services of Thomas W. Prosch.

Charles Wesley Smith

Notes on the life and historical services of Thomas W. Prosch.

by Charles Wesley Smith

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Published in [n.p .
Written in English

  • Prosch, Thomas Wickham

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    (Reprinted from the Washington Historical Quarterly, Vol. 14, Pages 30-37, January, 1923)

    The Physical Object
    Pagination9 p.
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    Open LibraryOL16546516M

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NOTES ON THE LIFE AND HISTORICAL SERVICES OF THOMAS W. PROSCH Among the pioneers of Puget Sound, the Prosch family oC,cupies a secure and honored position. From the Bagleys, Bells, Prosch,1 the founder. On MaThomas Prosch along with his wife Virginia Prosch and two others were killed in a tragic accident.

Prosch, his wife, three friends, and a driver were driving home to Seattle from a meeting of the Washington Historical Society in Tacoma. Charles W. Smith, "Notes on the Life and Historical Services of Thomas W. Prosch," The Washington Historical Quarterly, Vol. 14, No. 1 (January ), p. 30 Sister Mary Clementia, An Appreciation of Thomas Wickham Prosch, a Washington Pioneer (Seattle: University of Washington Thesis MA, ).

Killed in the accident are Thomas W. Prosch (), his wife Virginia McCarver Prosch (), Margaret Lenora Denny (), and painter Harriet Foster Beecher ().

The driver, chauffeur Paul Kumai, and the frontseat passenger, Emily Carkeek (), survive the accident. Thomas Wickham Prosch (), the son of pioneer parents Charles and Susan Prosch, moved with his family from Brooklyn, New York, to the Pacific Coast in Charles Prosch was a printer and, infounded the Puget Sound Herald in Steilacoom.

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Sometimes for File Size: KB. Tragedy hounded the Prosch family, both before and after Thomas and Virginia’s deaths. The first of Thomas and Virginia’s five children, Julia, died in infancy. The Prosches’ most insistent tragic arc was their affliction with the fatal White Plague, tuberculosis.

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