Harold Erving Fisher
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Parents
Louisa Wehrle
Louisa Wehrle
1873 - 1944
Spouse
Siblings

1907


Apr 12
1907 • The partially completed superstructure of the Quebec Bridge collapses entirely, claiming the lives of 76 workers.

1920


Age: 12y
Lousia Wherlie, Harold E Fisher, Albert Fisher, Helen Cecilia (Fisher) Maurice, Marie Fisher - 1920 United States Federal Census

residence


Seattle, King, Washington, USA ⇓
They were living on West 64 Street. Marie, the second eldest daughter, was working as a machine operator at an overall factory, and Helen's husband Wilfred Maurice was working as a cutter there.
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1920 • Syrian National Congress proclaims Syria independent with Faisal I of Iraq as king.

1927


Jun 9
Age: 20y

graduation


Seattle, King, Washington, USA ⇓
Graduates from St. Alphonsus High School
1927 • The U.S. Bureau of Prohibition is founded (under the Department of the Treasury).

1940


Apr 15
Age: 33y
1940 • President Roosevelt, at his regular press conference, first sets forth the outline of his plan to send aid to Great Britain that will become known as Lend-Lease.

1941


Feb 8
Age: 33y

1943


Apr 21
Age: 36y
1943 • A military coup is staged in Bolivia.

1945


Apr 5
Age: 37y
1945 • At Gimbels Department Store in New York City, the first ballpoint pens go on sale at $12.50 each.

1949


Apr 18
Age: 42y
1949 Rainier III of Monaco becomes Prince of Monaco, upon the death of his maternal grandfather Louis II.

1950


Apr 13
Age: 43y

residence


Seattle, King, Washington, USA ⇓
Working as an appliance salesman.
Living at 6731 16th Ave NW, Seattle, WA.
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1950 • The comic strip Beetle Bailey is created by Mort Walker.

1987


Jul

burial


Shoreline, King, Washington, USA ⇓
Buried at Holyrood Catholic Cemetery
1987 Aretha Franklin becomes the first woman inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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