Transcribed from History of Wyandotte County Kansas and its people ed. and comp. by Perl W. Morgan. Chicago, The Lewis publishing company, 1911. 2 v. front., illus., plates, ports., fold. map. 28 cm. [Vol. 2 contains biographical data. Paged continuously.] p. 971-972 transcribed on July 19, 2001.

Heming Lindberg

HEMING LINDBERG. - Many of the most honest, thrifty, law-abiding citizens of Kansas are of foreign birth and breeding, and bring to their adopted homes those sterling habits of industry and enterprise that have long characterized their ancestors. Prominent among the number is Heming Lindberg, of Kansas City. A son of G. A. and Amanda L. (Anderson) Lindberg, he was born in Sweden December 8, 1885.

Ambitious and full of bright hopes for a prosperous career in the future, Heming Lindberg, in 1904, immigrated to the United States, coming directly to Kansas City, Kansas, to join an uncle. The following two years or more he was in the employ of the Swift Packing Company. In June, 1907, Mr. Lindberg assumed charge of the Swedish building, in Kansas City, Kansas, and has since filled the office efficiently and satisfactorily, performing the duties devolving upon him in a most pleasing manner.

Mr. Lindberg, in December, 1904, became a member of the Independent Order of Sweswitod, which is also a Swedish organization, and has been active in promoting the interests of the order. He is still heart-whole, free from domestic cares and trials.

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