Charles T. Connor (1875-1944) (Portland)
Frost & Connor
1895 PCD pg. 237 “Connor Charles T, clk, bds 1060 E Washington
1896 PCD pg. 225 “Connor, Charles T (Frost & Connor), 410 E Morrison, bds 1060 E Washington”; pg. 292 “Frost & Conner (George B Frost, Charles T Connor) photographers 410 E Morrison”; pg. 291 “Frost, George B (Frost & Connor), rms 410 E Morrison”
News Items and Advertisements:
1932: “Portland Couple Wedded for Sixty Years … Mr. and Mrs. James E. Conner will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary today … They have two children living, Charles T. Conner … ” Oregonian, October 9, 1932, pg. 14, col. 2.
1944: “CHARLES T. CONNOR. Funeral services for Charles Thomas Connor, who died at the Odd Fellows’ home Saturday, will be held Wednesday at 11 A. M. at the A. J. Rose & Son chapel.
Born March 11, 1875, at Philomath, Mr. Connor was the son of pioneer parents, Rev. James E. and Nancy Henkle Connor. He had been a resident of the Odd Fellows’ home for ten years before his death, which followed a long illness. He was a member of Moro lodge. I. O. O. F. Survivors include his sister, Mrs. Edith. Grutze; a niece, Mrs. Velma Andrews, both of Portland; and a nephew, Lt. Fred S. Grutze Jr., now serving in India.” Oregonian, November 29, 1944, pg. 7, pg. 5.
Brown, Robert O., Nineteenth Century Portland, Oregon Photographers: A Collector’s Handbook (author; Portland, 1991) pg. 63