Prescott High School Senior - Louis Bunte


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This image shows the Prescott High School senior student portrait of Louis H. Bunte.

Louis H. Bunte (b. 1900 - d. 1935)  was born in Prescott on October 11, 1900. His father was William H. Bunte and his mother was Mary (Ferguson) Bunte. He would likely have been a senior at Prescott High School in 1918 or 1919.  He married Dorothy E. Poe and was an attorney.  His sister, Mary Bunte, was a sophomore in 1921.  Unfortunately, Loius died of angina in Prescott on December 17, 1935 at the age of thirty-five.

Handwriting on front of photo, “To Alice, the pal o’ my cradle days, Louis.”


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