Alburn Morton Gutterson was born 19 September 1877
in Milford, New Hampshire, USA.
Alburn Morton Gutterson
was the child of
He married Lillian Maude Feige
25 December 1899
in North Adams, Massachusetts, USA
The couple had (at least) 1 child.
Lillian Maude Feige
was born 24 December 1877
in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA
She died 2 October 1953
in Nashua, New Hampshire, USA
She was the daughter of Carl "Charles" Feige and Grace Frances Bagard.
Alburn Morton Gutterson died 20 April 1946
in Manhattan, New York, USA .
1877 Birth Name: Alburn M Gutterson Date of Birth: 19 Sep 1877 Place of Birth: Milford, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States Father's Name: M W Gutterson Mother's Name: E J Wilkins Place Recorded: Milford, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States GS Film Number: 1000946 Digital GS Number:...Read MORE...
1880 Milford, Hilsborough, New Hampshire Name: Alburn M. Gutterson Residence: Milford, Hillsborough, New Hampshire Birthdate: 1878 Birthplace: New Hampshire, United States Relationship to Head: Grandson Spouse's Name: Spouse's Birthplace: Father's Name: Father's Birthplace: New Hampshire, United States Mother's Name:...Read MORE...
1882 - September 4 - Thomas Edison flips the switch to the first commercial electrical power plant in history, lighting one square mile of lower Manhattan. This is considered by many as the day that began the electrical age.
1884 - May 1 – The eight-hour workday is first proclaimed by the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions in the United States. This date, called May Day or Labour Day, becomes a holiday recognized in almost every industrialized country.
1884 - August 10 – A severe earthquake, magnitude 5.5, (intensity VII) occurs off the northeast Atlantic coast of the United States. The area affected extends from central Virginia to southern Maine, and west as far as Cleveland.
1885 - February 16 – Charles Dow publishes the first edition of the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The index stood at a level of 62.76, and represented the dollar average of 14 stocks: 12 railroads and two leading American industries.
1888 - "The Great White Hurricane" March 11-14, 1888 More than 120 winters have come and gone since the so-called “Great White Hurricane,” but this whopper of a storm still lives in infamy. After a stretch of rainy but unseasonably...Read MORE...
1894 - Pullman strike The Pullman Strike was a nationwide railroad strike in the United States in the summer of 1894. It pitted the American Railway Union (ARU) against the Pullman Company, the main railroads, and the...Read MORE...
1894 - September 4 – In New York City, 12,000 tailors strike against sweatshop working conditions.
"Mamma, the clock has stopped between 12 and 1 o'clock. Something is going to happen sure...Read MORE...
1898 - January 1 – New York City annexes land from surrounding counties, creating the City of Greater New York. The city is geographically divided into five boroughs: Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx, and Staten Island.
1902 - January 8 – A train collision in the New York Central Railroad's Park Avenue Tunnel kills 17, injures 38, and leads to increased demand for electric trains and led to the banning of Steam locomotives in the state.
1903 - NYC - Crayons were invented by Edwin Binney and Harold Smith, who owned a paint company in New York City, NY, USA. Binney and Smith invented the modern-day crayon by combining paraffin wax with pigments (colorants). These inexpensive art supplies were an instant success since they were first marketed as Crayola crayons in 1903. www.enchantedlearning.com/ inventors/ us.shtml -
SYRACUSE. July 23. - Dr H. Nelson Jackson of Burlington, Vt., and Sewall K. Crocker of...Read MORE...
1903 - October 9 - New York City was deluged with 11.17 inches of rain in 24 hours to establish a state record.
WeatherForYou.com - October 9, 1903
1903 - October - First World Series The 1903 World Series was the first modern World Series to be played in Major League Baseball. It matched the Boston Americans of the American League against the Pittsburgh Pirates of the National...Read MORE...
1909 - March 4 - William Howard Taft (1857-1930) becomes 27th President of the United States When Teddy Roosevelt prepared to retire his presidency, this popular and influential politician promoted Taft as the next Republican president. Taft was elected president in 1908, serving one term. www.americaslibrary.gov - March 4, 1909
1910 Harvard Street, Brookline, Norfolk, Massachusetts Gutterson, Alburn M., head, age 32, married 10 years, b. NH, parents b. NH, manager of a hotel Gutterson, Lillian M., wife, age 31, married 10 years, mother of 1 child, 1 child living, b. MA, father b. Germany, mother b. MA Gutterson, Alburn M. Jr., son, age 9, b. MA 1910 U.S. Census Added: 10/20/2010 3:28:29 PM - Beckie Updated: 10/20/2010 3:28:43 PM - Beckie
1910 - Saved by a Strong Clothesline Five-Story Fall Didn’t Feaze [sic] Him Seven-Year-Old, Emulating Feats of Firemen, Drops Through Tenement Clothes Lines. Four Broke Under Him Fifth Held and a Neighbor Rescues Him-”I Ain’t Hurt; I...Read MORE...
1911 - March 25 – A fire at the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory in New York City kills 146.
1913 - July 10 - The mercury hit 134 degrees at Greenland Ranch in Death Valley, CA, the hottest reading of record for the North American continent. Sandstorm conditions accompanied the heat. The high the previous day was 129 degrees, following a morning low of 93 degrees. The Weather Channel -
1914 - Carrier Pigeon is Bridal Messenger "NEW YORK, Nov. 3 - Ever since a Belgian rabbit escaped from one of the rooms on the fifth floor of the Prince George hotel, A. M. Gutterson, the assistant manager, has been especially on alert to see that no persons take animals to their rooms. Yesterday Mr. Gutterson observed a man carrying a...Read MORE...
1915 - May 7 – WWI: Sinking of the RMS Lusitania: British ocean liner RMS Lusitania is sunk by Imperial German Navy U-boat U-20 off the south-west coast of Ireland, killing 1,198 civilians en route from New York to Liverpool.
1920 West 84 Street, Manhattan, New York City Gutterson, Morton, head, age 42, b. NH, manager of hotel Gutterson, Lillian, wife, age 41, b. MA Gutterson, Alburn, son, age 19, b. MA
1920 U.S. Census Added: 10/20/2010 3:30:39 PM - Beckie Updated: 10/20/2010 3:31:01 PM - Beckie
February 28, 1920 Ten Years Ago February 28, 1920
Alburn M. Gutterson, manager of the Prince George Hotel is a great lover of pets, and has white rabbits on the children's play roof for his young guests. There are pet goldfish in the fountain of the Tea Room and he often buys small bowls of goldfish to put in...Read MORE...
1920 - January 9 – Thousands of onlookers watch as "The Human Fly" George Polley climbs the Woolworth Building in New York City. He reaches the 30th floor before being arrested.
1925 Article "A. M. Gutterson of New York city and a former resident of North Adams has been made manager of the Prince George hotel in New York. Mr Gutterson is well known here where he served at the Wallington hotel several years as a clerk. He married Miss Lillian Feige of this city."
1930 Manhattan, New York name: Alburn M Gutterson event: Census event date: 1930 event place: Manhattan (Districts 1001-1249), New York, New York gender: Male age: 52 marital status: Married race: White birthplace: New Hampshire estimated birth year: 1878 immigration year: relationship to head of...Read MORE...
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1933 - March 15 - The Dow Jones Industrial Average rises from 53.84 to 62.10. The day's gain of 15.34%, achieved during the depths of the Great Depression, remains to date as the largest 1-day percentage gain for the index.
1934 - The metal beverage can is invented (American Can Co., United States)
1934 - April 12 - Winds atop Mount Washington, NH, averaged 186 mph for five minutes, with a peak gust of 231 mph, the highest wind speed ever clocked in the world.
WeatherForYou.com - April 12, 1934
1934 - Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade established in New York City
1935 - March 19 – Harlem Riot of 1935: A race riot breaks out in Harlem (New York City) after a rumor circulates that a teenage Puerto Rican shoplifter in the S. H. Kress & Co. department store has been brutally beaten.
1936 - Hotel Barter NEW YORK, April 29 - A room with bath for a crate of eggs, a few jars of home-made pickles, or what have you. That is the policy of a 1,000 room hotel a half block from Fifth avenue.
Alburn M. Gutterson, managing director of the hotel, said last night he liked the barter system so well after a...Read MORE...
1937 - May 6 – Hindenburg disaster: In the United States, the German airship Hindenburg bursts into flame when mooring to a mast in Lakehurst, New Jersey. Of the 36 passengers and 61 crew on board, 13 passengers and 22 crew die, as...Read MORE...
"Alburn M. Gutterson, manager of the Prince George hotel in New York city, and Mrs. Gutterson former North Adams residents, observed their 40th wedding anniversary Christmas night. They were guests of more than 100 members of the family and friends in the New England room of the...Read MORE...
1939 - April 30 - World's Fair opens in New York City
1939 - September 1 - World War II begins: Germany invades Poland
September 1, 1939
1940 New York, New York Name: Albern M Gutterson Age: 62 Estimated Birth Year: abt 1878 Gender: Male Race: White Birthplace: New Hampshire Marital Status: Married Relation to Head of House: Employee Home in 1940: New York, New York, New York Street: Hotel Prince George - East 28th Street Farm: No Inferred...Read MORE...
1940 - May 10 - Winston Churchill becomes Prime Minister of Great Britain
May 10, 1940
1940 - November 18 - George Matesky, New York City's Mad Bomber places his first bomb at a Manhattan office building used by Consolidated Edison.
A.M GUTTERSON, 68, A HOTEL AIDE, DEAD; Manager of the Prince George Here, 1911-41, Started Roof Playground for Children New York Times New York, New York Apr 21, 1946
Alburn M. Gutterson of Milford, N.H., and the Hotel Sheraton, this city, who was manager of the Prince George Hotel at 14 East Twenty-eighth Street for thirty years, 1911-41, died yesterday in the Lenox Hill Hospital at the age of 68...
He leaves a widow, Lillian M., and a son, Alburn M. Gutterson Jr. I of this city , formerly, for fourteen years during his fathers regime, assistant manager ...
1862-1948 New York City Death Index Surname Given Name Age Month Day Year Certificate Number County Born FHL roll number Gutterson Alburn 68 y Apr 20 1946 9454 (1946) Manhattan 1877 - 1878 2132944 source: www.stevemorse.org
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