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Samuel Aeschliman Oral History
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Processed by: Jennifer Duplaga, April 2005

Biographical Note:

Samuel Aeschliman, born 1891, was the son of Swiss immigrants.  He was a member of the Apostolic Church in Bluffton, where he served as a church elder.  He married Minnie Gilliom on September 3, 1916. They had five children together.     

Scope and Content Note:

This collection contains a transcript of an interview done by Barbara Elliott with Samuel Aeschliman, Sr.  During their talk, Aeschliman discusses his life and his family, his work at his church, and growing up as a child in Bluffton.

Item Listing:

27 Aug. 1976

Collection Information:

Size of Collection:
1 transcript, 15 p.
Collection Dates:
ISL Oral History Project, 1976



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