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Photo #36389

Last Name: Traeger

First Name : Orah

Middle Name: Dell

Subject's City: Porterville

Subject's State: CA

Subject's County: Tulare

Subject's Country: United Sates

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Comments: Orah Dell Traeger (Nee: Traeger) | Porterville CA United Sates | | Comments: Orah Dell Traeger Langpaap was born 30 October1889, in Success Valley, near Porterville, CA. In 1917, she married Max Langpaap in Santa Rosa, CA. In 1921, they went to Honolulu with their first 2 children to be missionaries for the Church of Christ. Returned to Porterville in 1930, and because of Depression and inheriting some farmland, she and Max begain farming asparagus and working in the Orange growing industry. Died in Porterville in 1968.

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