Lottie J. Leeby is a retired housewife and partner in Leeby's Food Market in Fargo, North Dakota.. She discusses her childhood and schooling in Mayville, North Dakota, and her working life. She also talks about Leeby also discusses the Great Depression and organizations she was involved with in Fargo.
Lottie J. Morrish was born in Mayville, North Dakota, in 1889. She moved to Fargo in 1914 and married Victor Leeby in 1915.
Date of Interview
Nicholas Marshall Morrish, Wesley John Morrish, L. B. Hanna, James W. Foley, Jr., Victor Leeby, Mr. Love
Bank employees, Stenographers, Bookkeepers, Lawyers—Employment, Grocery trade
State Normal School (Mayville, N.D.), University of North Dakota, Pirie's Café, Fargo Music Club, Fine Arts Club of Fargo, First Congregational Church (Fargo, N.D.), Phi Beta Kappa
North Dakota—Mayville, Ontario—Goderich, Minnesota—Hendrum, Louisiana, New York (State), North Dakota—Fargo, North Dakota—Grand Forks, South Dakota—Aberdeen, North Dakota—Page, North Dakota—Erie, Washington (D.C.), North Dakota—Bismarck, California, Minnesota—Rollag, Massachusetts—Boston, North Dakota—Jamestown
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Leeby, Lottie J., "Oral Interview of Lottie J. Leeby" (1974). Oral Interviews. 50.