Casefile Clues

03 April 2007

Census Images for the well-known in 1880

The following are the well-known individuals on our 1880 census page. Please feel free to send additions or corrections to mjnrootdig@gmail.com


Jane Addams
Louisa May Alcott
Sherwood Anderson
Susan B. Anthony
Chester Arthur
P. T. Barnum
Maurice, Georgianna, Lionel and Ethel Barrymore
L. L. Bean Billy the Kid
Amelia Bloomer
Edwin Booth
Lizzie Borden
William Jennings Bryan
Adolph Busch
Willa Cather
Butch Cassidy
Samuel Clemens
Buffalo Bill Cody
George M. Cohan
President Calvin Coolidge
Adolph Coors
Clarence Darrow
Jefferson Davis J
ohn Deere
Dalton Family (partial)
Emily Dickinson
John & Horace Dodge of Dodge Motor Company
Frederick Douglass Isadora Duncan -- well-known dancer
George Eastman
Mary Baker Eddy
Thomas Edison
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Marshall Field
W. C. Fields
Harvey Firestone
Henry Ford
John C. Fremont
Robert Frost
President James Garfield
Pat Garrett
Rutherford B. Hayes second enumeration
William Hearst
Henry (H. J.) Heinz
O. Henry
Ulysses Grant
Doc Holliday
Julia Ward Howe
Herbert Hoover
Harry Houdini
Jesse James
Sarah Orne Jewett
Scott Joplin
Eli Lilly
Jack London
Francis Lubbock
Elijah McCoy Herman Melville (author of Moby Dick)
Frederick Miller of Miller Beer
Dwight Moody
Thomas Nast
Carrie Nation
Adolph Ochs (later NY Times owner)
Frederick Pabst
Potter Palmer
J. C. Penney
Allen Pinkerton
C. W. Post Joseph Pulitizer
George Pullman
Charles Ringling
Theodore Roosevelt Carl Sandburg
Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Harriet Beecher Stowe
Annie Sullivan
the Sundance Kid (Harry Longabaugh)
Billy Sunday
Levi Strauss

Gustavus Swift
President William Howard Taft
Tom Thumb
Sojourner Truth
Harriet Tubman
John D. Rockefeller
August Uihlein
Henry Uihlein
Charles Walgreen
Booker Washington
Honus wagner
Edith Wharton
Walt Whitman
F. W. Woolworth
Frank Lloyd Wright -- the second enumeration
Wright Brothers
William Wrigley
George Westinghouse
Laura Ingalls Wilder
Cy Young
Florenz Ziegfeld

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