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Catalog Number 2000.001.0028
Object Name Print, Photographic
Description Studio sepia tone photograph. The photo is small and circular. The man who has rather long dark hair (over his ears). His suit is not black but is three piece and his upturned collar rises high on his neck. His bow tie is wide and tied very full.
Number of images 1
Date ca 1870
Photographer Wm. Parfiss
Title Kuntz, George
Collection Carpentry - Machinists - Kuntz, George
Accession number 2000.001.
People Kuntz, George
Notes 1850 St. Clair County Census Index, Vol II George Kunz, 63, born Germany
living in Millstadt. ALSO George KOUNTZ 35 and Augusta 20, both born in
Germany living in Belleville with daughter Amelia, Age 1 born in Illinois
NOTE: The 1870 Census Index spells their name KUNTSEVO

St. Clair County Marriage Index at Belleville Public Library indicates:
George Kuntz Jr. md Auguste Daum 11/22/1848
George H Kuntz md Lizzie L. Holberg 5/20/1886

Historical Review of Belleville by John Hinchcliffe, p 40 and p 70:
George Kuntz of Heckel & Kuntz, left planing mill in 1868. Name changed to Heckel & Ehrhard. Mill located on ss 2nd South between Richland and Spring
(see 1860 Belleville City Street Directory)

1868 Belleville City Street Directory: G. Kuntz, carpenter, res ss 2nd South between Richland and Spring.

1884 Belleville City Directory: Mrs. Augusta Kuntz (widow George) res ss First S
three doors west of Illinois. George and Henry, both machinists, also in res. as
is Conrad, fireman at nail mill and Julius, occupied at the marble yard.