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Press reference library (Southwest ed.) ; being the portraits and biographies of progressive men of the Southwest (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 16 may 2012


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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 Excerpt: ...it deserved. Appeals were made to the Interstate Commerce Commission and to the Railway Commission of California. In the framing of the appeals, in the gathering of the data, Mr. Gregson has been of great help on account of his experience with railroad traffic. VERILL, GEORGE EDWARD, oil and oil land operator, Los Angeles, California, is a native of Iowa, being born at Fairfield, that state, October 22, 1864. His parents were Norman S. Averill and Anna S. (Wells) Averill. On April 26, 1896, Mr. Averill was married to Miss Mamie E. Williams at Los Angeles. They have one son, Norman W. Averill. Mr. Averill came with his parents to California in 1879, and settled first at Garden Grove, coming to Los Angeles in 1880. He attended the Los Angeles High school up to 1882, when he entered the service of the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company, and became the second manager for the company in Los Angeles On leaving the employ of the telephone company Mr. Averill secured a position with the firm of W. C. Furrey Company, hardware merchants, then at 159-169 North Spring street, where he learned bookkeeping under the tutelage of Mr, P. H. Lemmert; in 1885 he became an employe of the Germain Fruit Company, and in November of that year he took full charge of the books of that large concern, and was the firm's bookkeeper and then cashier until 1894, when he was placed in charge of the office work of the Porter Brothers of Chicago, in their Los Angeles and Sacramento offices, remaining five years with this concern. In 1898 Mr. Averill joined forces with the Earl Fruit Company in Sacramento and Los Angeles, having full charge of their material department, purchasing the supplies of box and packing material and distributing the same to the various shipping agencies. In 190...

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