Anthony, Victor 18.aug.1871-10.dec.1956 USA Indiana, Noblesville - Texas, Dallas
musician, later photographer by profession, 1900 as musician residing at 864 Regay Street in Lebanon Indiana, 1910 as employer/owner Photo Enginering Company residing at 235 Maple Street in Quincy Illinois, 1917 he moved to Dallas, 1920 as engineer for a newspaper residing at 727 Mason Avenue in Dallas, 1930 as engraver for a wholesale engraving residing at 4704 Gaston Avenue, 1940 as salesman of an engraving company residing at 6354 Velasco Street, at time of death residing at 5419 Merrimac Street in Dallas ; son of farmer James Riley Anthony (Noblesville 9.sep.1832-7.aug.1907 Lebanon) and Julia Ann Pickett (Indiana, ?Noblesville 1835-1890 Lebanon) ; 1907 in Quincy he married Myrtle Maud Ward (Illinois, Quincy 11.sep.1880-15.sep.1973 Dallas)

Title Parts

[] Harrison and Morton schottisch
composed for the Republican campaign, while his father voted Democratic
performed by the Lebanon Band at the New Denison, Lebanon 12jul1888

[] Trooper's triumphal march. Brass band
copyright Victor Anthony, Lebanon Indiana 22dec1900

2020-08-20 00:00:00