. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. NOTBMBUB 17, 1921 The Florists' Review 49. Emilie Trednp. The death of Emilie Tredup took place at the family home, 2619 East Seventy- fifth street, Chicago, on the morning of November 10, funeral services being held at the home and subsequently at Immanuel Lutheran church, in South Chicago, November 12, with interment at Mount Greenwood cemetery. Mrs Tredup was the wife of Malte Tredup, the pioneer florist of Chicago s South Shore district, and was herselt active in the business until her sons and daughters attained the age to take her place. Thre

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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. NOTBMBUB 17, 1921 The Florists' Review 49. Emilie Trednp. The death of Emilie Tredup took place at the family home, 2619 East Seventy- fifth street, Chicago, on the morning of November 10, funeral services being held at the home and subsequently at Immanuel Lutheran church, in South Chicago, November 12, with interment at Mount Greenwood cemetery. Mrs Tredup was the wife of Malte Tredup, the pioneer florist of Chicago s South Shore district, and was herselt active in the business until her sons and daughters attained the age to take her place. Thre
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. Florists' review [microform]. Floriculture. NOTBMBUB 17, 1921 The Florists' Review 49. Emilie Trednp. The death of Emilie Tredup took place at the family home, 2619 East Seventy- fifth street, Chicago, on the morning of November 10, funeral services being held at the home and subsequently at Immanuel Lutheran church, in South Chicago, November 12, with interment at Mount Greenwood cemetery. Mrs Tredup was the wife of Malte Tredup, the pioneer florist of Chicago s South Shore district, and was herselt active in the business until her sons and daughters attained the age to take her place. Three sons and three daughters survive One of the sons is a depart- ment manager for the A. L. Eandall Co., and three of the daughters are associ- ated with the father in the operation of two stores, one in Windsor Park, adjoin- ing the family home, at 2611 East Sev- enty-fifth street, the other at 3013 East Ninety-second street, in South Chicago. The Eeview's records show that Mr. and Mrs. Tredup had received this paper continuously for seventeen years. Mrs. Tredup was 64 years of age, but her own mother still is living, in Germany, at the age of 90. The family is well known in the trade and in the South Shore district and the flowers at the funeral were unusually numerous and beautiful. Mrs. Marie Ulster Fugleberg. The death of Mrs. Marie Flister Fugle- berg, of the firm of Fugleberg & Flister, Oshkosh, Wis., occurred November 13 at the home of a daughter, Mrs. D. M. Houston, at Chicago. The end came un- expectedly, the cause being acute in- digestion. She had been seriously ill last March with the same malady, but had apparently fully recovered from that attack and the second and fatal ill- ness was sudden and brief. Mrs. Fugleberg had been a resident of Oshkosh for over fifty years. She was born at Jena, Germany, and came to this country early in childhood, with her parents, the late Ferdinand and Fredrica Flister, pioneer florists of Osh- kosh for about forty years. Mrs. F