John "Jack" A. Jaeger


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John "Jack" A. Jaeger (b. 1908 - d. 1957) was born June 2, 1908. He was the son of John "Jack" A. Jaeger and Ethel (Reiter) Jaeger (b. June 19, 1874 - d. January 3, 1937). He was married to Alice Vivian Jaeger. He was an accountant and is shown in his Knights of Pythias head dress. He died July 8, 1957 and is buried in the Mountain View Cemetery in Prescott, Arizona.

The Knights of Pythias building, also known as the Tilton Building, was dedicated November 27, 1895. It was one of the few buildings to survive the Whiskey Row Fire of 1900. Located on Castro Street, it faces the east side of the Courthouse in downtown Prescott. Beautifully restored, it is currently known as the 'Tis Art Center and Gallery.


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