Before the Point of No Return: An Exchange of Views on the by Leon Wofsy, Leon Litwack

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Doctor Geiger has a circle of friends that is coincident with that of his acquaintances, and he is known and honored as one of the liberal and public-spirited citizens of St. Joseph, where he has been engaged in the practice of his profession for nearly half a century, ever keeping in close touch with the advances made in medical and surgical science, of which he is one of the foremost exemplars in Northwestern Missouri, the section to which this history is devoted. Doctor Geiger was born in the Kingdom of Wurtemburg, Germany, on the 25th of July, 1848, and is a son of Anton and Marie G.

Joseph, Missouri; Susan Alice, who is deceased; Lucy, who married J. , of St. Joseph; Mary Ada, who married J. , of Kansas City, Missouri; and Francis, who is deceased. The mother is still living in the old homestead place in St. Joseph, which she has occupied for fifty years. She is a woman of Christian character, is still active, and is devoting her time to various charities and missionary work in connection with the First Presbyterian Church of St. Joseph, of which she is the oldest living member.

Five years later they removed to Fremont County, Iowa, and established their home on a farm in the vicinity of Hamburg. There the father developed a valuable farm property and became one of the prominent and influential citizens of the county, as a man of strong mentality and impregnable integrity of character, botli he and his wife having continued to reside in the Hawkeye State until their death. the removal to Iowa. His rudimentary education was gained in the public schools of his native state and was supplemented by attendance in the schools of both Missouri and Iowa, in which latter state he availed himself of the advantages of the village school at Hamburg.

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