The series contains original affidavits of registration that record personal information about each registrant, their photograph affixed to the majority of documents, and the registrants fingerprints. All of these are specific to Kansas, and most have the actual documents attached.
Almor Stern, county auditor, was born in Chester County, Pa., in 1854; came to Harrison with his parents in 1857; was employed in farming, until he engaged as clerk in auditor’s office; was elected to his present office in 1878. He married Laura Mann, of Harrison County, in 1880. They have one child, a son.
J.T. Stern, farmer, was born in Chester County, Pa., in 1814; moved to Ia. in 1857 and settled on his present farm, in La Grange township, Harrison County, of 200 acres of well improved land, forty acres of it good timber. He was reporter for the Government Signal Service, Washington, D.C., for twenty years. He married Millicent B. Fletcher, of Lincolnshire, Eng., and has two sons and one daughter. His son Almor is county auditor.
Stern, Walter G.; physician (orthopedic surgeon); born, Chattanooga, Tenn., Dec. 6, 1874; son of Bernard and Theresa Ehrmans Stern; educated, Adelbert College, B. A., W. R. U., Medical College, M. D., University of Vienna; post graduate course, Royal General Hospital, Vienna; married, Milwaukee, Wis., May 27, 1903, Lora B. Baer; issue, two children, Bernard and Marjorie; orthopedic surgeon, Children’s Fresh Air Camp, 1902-1908; Mount Siana Hospital, 1902; Cleveland Jewish Orphan Asylum, 1903; lecturer on Orthopedic Surgery at the Cleveland College of Physicians and Surgeons, of Ohio Wesleyan University, 1903-1911; chairman of the Clinical Pathological section of the Cleveland Academy of
Stern, Joseph L.; attorney; born, Toledo, O., Sept. 24, 1882; son of Adolph and Rosa Friedlander Stern; educated, Cleveland grammar and High School (West); studied law in the office of L. F. McGarth, Cleveland, and admitted to practice law in December, 1903; married, Cleveland, Feb. 28, 1907, Fannie Brown; one son, Robert William Stern; one daughter, Ruth Dorothy Stern; served two terms as solicitor for the Village of Nottingham, O., Dec. 1903, entered law practice with L. F. McGarth, under firm name of McGarth & Stern; in Oct. 1909, partnership dissolved, and began to practice alone; is now located in