|Title||Gathering at Gottlieb W. Pueppke House|
|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
|Description||gelatin print on gray card stock of a Gathering at Gottlieb W. Pueppke House|
|Copyright||Oshkosh Public Museum|
|Collection||Gottlieb A. Pueppke|
|Cataloged by||Cross, Scott|
Group on the lawn of Gottlieb W. Pueppke's home at 145 Monroe (Ford in 1908). Five men and three women are standing or sitting in chairs. One man smokes a pipe and holds a glass of beer. Henrietta Puppke, wife of Gottlieb W., is looking out the window.
Gottlieb William Pueppke was born in Geppessdorf, Germany on November 17, 1840. He immigrated to the United States through the port of Baltimore on July 15, 1860. He married Henrietta, who had immigrated from Nassau, Germany. He first applied for naturalization October 15, 1868; worked as a laborer for J. L. Clark, Diamond Match Company, and others; lived at 145 Monroe (Ford at that time); had six children: William, Gottlieb A., Hellen Warner, Anna Berzie, Charles, and Emma Kronaghan; died August 31, 1918.