Bio of Carleton C. ADAMS (b.1883), Wabasha Co., MN

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Carleton C. Adams, once a resident of this county, was born in Elgin 
Village, June 3, 1883, son of Dr. William T. and Nellie (Gibbs) Adams. 
In his boyhood he attended the Elgin school and was graduated from high 
school in 1902. He then became a student at Minnesota University, taking 
a course in pharmacy amd graduating in 1905. On his return from college 
he took a position in the Charles Burchardt drug store in Plainview, 
where he remained until 1907. In that year he went to Dodge Center, Minn., 
where he worked until 1910. The next two years he spent at Foley, Minn., 
and in 1912 went to St. Charles, Minn., where he is now residing, being 
employed by the drug concern of Frisch &amp; Co. Mr. Adams is a member of 
the Masonic order, including the Eastern Star. His religious affilations 
are with the Congregation church. He was married October 16, 1906, to 
Bernice Richardson, and he and his wife are the parents of three children: 
Michael C., born January 18, 1908; Gene M., born August 7, 1910, and 
Barbara E., born September 5, 1912.

Note: This biography was taken from the book "History of Wabasha County" 
copyrighted in 1920.