HARRY C. SIEBERT
Harry C. Siebert of the firm of Siebert & Easson, proprietors of a well equipped automobile service station and repair shop at the corner of Sonoma and Tennessee streets, in Vallejo, and one of the well known business men of that city, is a native son of California and all his life has been spent in this state. He was born in the city of San Francisco on September 7, 1884, and is a son of William F. and Louisa (Luhr) Siebert, both natives of Germany and who in 1925 took a trip back to their father land. William F. Siebert came to California in 1880 and not long afterward was joined here by the girl to whom he had plighted his troth in the old country. They were married in Alpine county and established their home in San Francisco.
Reared in San Francisco, Harry C. Siebert received his schooling in the schools of that city and early learned the machinist's trade. He was employed at that trade in San Francisco until in 1910, when he became employed as a machinist in the Mare Island navy yard and was thus engaged there for thirteen years, or until in 1923, when, in association with William L. Easson, Jr., he became established in business on his own account and has since been thus engaged, doing business under the firm name of Siebert & Easson, with a full line of automobile accessories and supplies and a well equipped service station at the corner of Sonoma and Tennessee streets, and is doing very well, quality, service and faithful attention to the details of the business on the part of the partners having made of this one of the most popular establishments of its kind in this section.
In 1910, at San Francisco, Harry C. Siebert was united in marriage to Miss Isabel Easson, who was born in Scotland, but who was reared in San Francisco, daughter of William L. Easson, Sr., and they have one child, a son, Elmer Siebert. Mr. and Mrs. Siebert are republicans and take a proper part in general civic affairs and local welfare work. Mr. Siebert is a past worshipful master of Vallejo Lodge No. 487, Free and Accepted Masons, and has for many years been earnestly interested in Masonic affairs.
History of Solano County, California By Marguerite Hunt and
Napa County, California By Harry Lawrence Gunn. From Their Earliest Settlement To The Present Time.
Chicago. S.J. Clarke Pub. Co. 1926. 883 pages.
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