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Subject:  Clergy  Personal Name:  Vattmann, Edward  Contributors: Wilmette Public Library   Sort by:  Relevance
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Wilmette News: Maj. E.J. Vattman (sic), 1733 Lake Ave., has gone to Texas on business trip 
Newspapers  "Wilmette News: Maj. E.J. Vattman (sic), 1733 Lake Ave., has gone to Texas on business trip," Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois: Published in Evanston, Illinois, 1912-1914. Published in Wilmette, Illinois, Feb. 19, 1914-1923.), 29 May 1912, p. 3, column 1 
Gross Point News: Rev. E. J. Vattman (sic) and Rev. J. Ott were guests at reception in St. Joseph's home in Techny, Ill. 
Newspapers  "Gross Point News: Rev. E. J. Vattman (sic) and Rev. J. Ott were guests at reception in St. Joseph's home in Techny, Ill.," Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois: Published in Evanston, Illinois, 1912-1914. Published in Wilmette, Illinois, Feb. 19, 1914-1923.), 13 Jun 1912, p. 6, column 2  Father Vattman's younger brother later became mayor of Hellsenkirchen, Westfalia.
Father [Edward J.] Vattmann elected to New Trier School Board 
Newspapers  "Father [Edward J.] Vattmann elected to New Trier School Board," Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois: Published in Evanston, Illinois, 1912-1914. Published in Wilmette, Illinois, Feb. 19, 1914-1923.), 14 Apr 1916, p. 1, column 6 
Present owners of historic house at 1733 Lake St. don't want historical designation 
Newspapers  "Present owners of historic house at 1733 Lake St. don't want historical designation," Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 30 Jan 1992, p. 7  1733 Lake Ave. former home of Rev. Edward J. Vattmann
Cemetery monument generates fort debate: 1919 marker needs repairs, but no one steps forward to pay 
Newspapers  Susan Kuczka, Cemetery monument generates fort debate: 1919 marker needs repairs, but no one steps forward to pay, "Cemetery monument generates fort debate: 1919 marker needs repairs, but no one steps forward to pay," Chicago Tribune ( Tribune Company), 20 Jul 2005, Section Metro, 1, 5  The monument at the graveside of Maj. Monsignor Edward J. Vattman [sic] in the Ft. Sheridan Post Cemetery is in need of repair. Photograph of the monument. Vattmann died 29 September 1919.
Rev. Vattmann in Priesthood Fifty Years 
Newspapers  "Rev. Vattmann in Priesthood Fifty Years," Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois: Published in Evanston, Illinois, 1912-1914. Published in Wilmette, Illinois, Feb. 19, 1914-1923.), 7 May 1915, p. 1  Will Celebrate Golden Jubilee on next Thursday with full day's program.
Dedicate Monument at Fort Sheridan Over Grave of Major E. J. Vattman, Chaplain 
Newspapers  "Dedicate Monument at Fort Sheridan Over Grave of Major E. J. Vattman, Chaplain," Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois: Published in Evanston, Illinois, 1912-1914. Published in Wilmette, Illinois, Feb. 19, 1914-1923.), 11 Jun 1920, p. 1  On Sunday, June 13, a monument will be dedicated at the grave of the Right Rev. Major E. J. Vattman [sic] at the military cemetery at Fort Sheridan. Photograph of poor quality from micofilm
Father Vattman's [Vattmann] Condition Feared Critical Today 
Newspapers  "Father Vattman's [Vattmann] Condition Feared Critical Today," Lake Shore News (Wilmette, Illinois), 10 Mar 1916  Aged priest of national reputation suffers from severe shock Transcribed from a clipping. Page unknown
Father Vattmann Dies; Veteran Army Chaplain 
NewspapersComments:  "Father Vattmann Dies; Veteran Army Chaplain," Chicago Tribune ( Tribune Company), 30 Sep 1919, p. 21  Father Edward J. Vattman [sic] died in St. Francis' hospital yesterday [29 September 1919], after an illness that had lasted a year.
Father [Edward J.] Vattmann was Teddy's friend [editorial] 
Newspapers  Kay Schultz, Father [Edward J.] Vattmann was Teddy's friend [editorial], "Father [Edward J.] Vattmann was Teddy's friend [editorial]," Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 27 Jun 1974, p. 38  Teddy [Theodore] Roosevelt visited Wilmette several times, disembarking at that the now preserved Wilmette train depot. Esther A. Hoffman, a life-long resident of the village, related some of her memories about Roosevelt's visit. Miss Hoffman was a child then but remembers vividly those visits by...
With Courage and Confidence: The U.S. Army Chaplaincy and the Puerto Rico Campaign of 1898 
PublicationText  2008  Chapter titled "After the War: Chaplain Thomas E. Sherman and Chaplain Edward J. Vattmann on Puerto Rico.", pp. 97-105. Through editorial error, Vattmann's first name is given as "William" in the text.
Father Vattmann in his office 
Image  1915  Rev. Edward J. Vattmann in his office with three other people, two men and a woman. Exact date unknown.
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