Mrs. Phlip P. Shupp recalls pioneer days in Chicago area: Wilmette resident observes 83rd birthday; came to Chicago in 1854
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 29 Jun 1933, p. 10


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Mrs. Philp C. Schupp, Sr., widow of the late Philip C. Schupp, celebrated her 83rd birthday at her home, 904 Oakwood avenue, Wilmette, the afternoon of June 22, attended by her immediate family, freinds and relatives. Mrs. Schupp, nee Bertha Sophia Schmidt, came to Chicago from Germany in the year 1954 with her parents. She recalls the sinking of the Lady Elgin, the Civil War, Lincoln's death, the Chicgo fire, the Columbian Exposition of 1893, and the great depression. Six of Mrs. Schupp's children are still living. They are Lottie L. Jones, Park Ridge; Phil C. Schupp, Chicago; Mrs. David Ash, Louisville, Kentucky; Mrs. Wlliam Fluegge, Morton Grove; Samuel F. Schupp, Chicago, and William N. Schupp, who resides with Mrs. Schupp. There are ten grandchildren and four great grandchildren.


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Date of Publication:
29 Jun 1933
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Ash, David, Mrs. ; Fluegge Wiliam, Mrs. ; Jones, Lottie ; Schupp, Philip ; Schupp, Philip P. Mrs. ; Schupp, Samuel ; Schupp, William
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Wilmette.News.272187
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English
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Mrs. Phlip P. Shupp recalls pioneer days in Chicago area: Wilmette resident observes 83rd birthday; came to Chicago in 1854