The Families of Adam Keith

Doctors, Lawyers, Reverends and such

 

Dr. Eugene O. M. Haberacker [1846-after 1920]

 

Ancestry: Adam Keith1>Johann Jacob Keith2>Jacob Keith3>John Keith4>Sarah Jane [Keith] m. [Eugene O. M.] Haberacker5

Sell, Jesse C., Twentieth Century History of Altoona and Blair County,Pennsylvania, and Representative Citizens, Chicago, IL: Richmond-Arnold, 1911, p. 710.

 

E. O. M. HABERACKER, M.D., one of Altoona's experienced medical men, who has been engaged in the practice of his profession in this city for almost a quarter of a century, was born in Lehigh County, Pa. in 1846, a member of oneof the old and substantial families of that section.

 

Dr. Haberacker was educated in the Allentown Seminary, Muhlenberg College and the State Normal School, and in 1869 was graduated from the medical department of the University of Pennsylvania. He began practice at Tyrone, in Blair County, and remained there until 1886, when he came to Altoona. He is identified with the leading medical organizations in the county, state and nation, and has always been a man of scientific investigation. He enjoys a very large general practice, avoiding specializing, and for five years has served as surgeon for the Pennsylvania National Guards.

 

On August 20, 1870, Dr. Haberacker was married to Miss Jennie S. Keith of Sinking Valley, and one daughter was born to them, Irma L. She grew to attractive womanhood and married Harry Rippman, of Millerstown, Pa. Her death occurred when she was but twenty-two years of age. A son survived her, Charles Eugene Rippman, who is a student at Yeates School, at Lancaster, Pa.

 

Dr. Haberacker and wife are members of the Simpson Methodist Episcopal church. He is identified with Tyrone Lodge No: 494. F.& A.M. All his life he has been a conscientious citizen, but has never had the time or taste for politics.

 

"United States Patent Office

Eugene O. M. Haberacker, of Altoona, Pennsylvania

Washing-Machine

Specification forming part of Letters Patent No. 523,343, dated July 24, 1894. Application filed January 12, 1893, Serial No. 458,135. [No model]

 

To all whom it may concern:

 

Be it known that I, Eugene O. M. Haberacker, a citizen of the United States, residing at Altoona, in the county of Blair and State of Pennsylvania, have invented and new and useful Cylinder Washing-Machine, of which the following is a specification ..."