Portal:George Brinton McClellan Lindauer
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Works about Lindauer
- George Lindauer Dead (1926)
- "George Lindauer, one of the leading residents of this section of the county and widely known as a painter and decorator, died at his home in South Bound Brook last night, where he had been seriously ill for the past two days from a stroke of paralysis. Mr. Lindauer was working in the Whitenack residence on East street, Tuesday afternoon. Someone heard a noise resembling a falling body. Going to the room where Mr. Lindauer was at work, he was found in an unconscious condition. The stricken man was removed to his home, but failed to rally. Mr. Lindauer had been in failing health for sometime, according to his intimate friends, and had complained considerably. It was not realized that his condition was so serious, however."
- "George Lindauer has purchased [from] Archie Newberry, a property on Maiden lane, north of the Manufacturers' Club and will use the building as the home of his extensive paint business. The property now occupied by Mr. Lindauer on Main street was recently sold together with the Terhune & Opie property and will be used for other purposes. … The building occupied by Terhune & Opie, the 'Annex' and the property used by George Lindauer as a paint shop have been purchased by J. E. Hereford, Jr., of this place."
- Conflagration In Bound Brook (1913)
- "Fire in Bound Brook entailing what is estimated to be a $25,000 property loss was caused here early last night by an explosion of gasoline in Ryno's plumbing establishment in East street. … George Efinger's bowling alleys and sporting goods store in Main street were badly gutted and the flames were just eating their way into George B. Lindauer's paint store when gotten under control. … "
- Portal:Charles Frederick Lindauer, his father