Eugene Angert Papers
The Eugene Angert Papers include correspondence from the First National Bank of St Louis to Vera Angert, Eugene’s wife, concerning a memorial tribute to her husband. Also included is a 149-page typescript of The Perpetual Student, and The Flag Hunters, or Tell It to the Danes, two musical comedies written by Eugene Agert. Also included is a typed catalogue of Angert’s personal library.
- Angert, Eugene H., 1877-1929 (Person)
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Eugene Angert (October 21, 1877 – May 1929) was an American lawyer. Born in St. Charles, Missouri, Angert received an A.B. from St. Louis University in 1896 and his LL. B. from Harvard in 1899. He practiced law in St. Louis (1900) and in 1912 he became a member of the law firm James, Hacker, Sullivan and Angert. He married Miss Vera Giannini of St. Louis in 1912. He also was the director of the First National Bank, the Securities Investment and the American National Assurance Company. In 1928, he organized the St. Louis Horticulture Society.
Method of Acquisition
Received with Angert Collection, 1959.
- Eugene Angert Papers
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- 2021 April 15: Resource record updated in ArchiveSpace by Sarah Schnuriger.
Collecting Area Details
Part of the Manuscripts Collecting Area
Olin Library, 1 Brookings Drive
St. Louis MO 63130 US