Asahel A. Ballard was a carpenter and member of Local 87. He was born in Vermont in 1846 and although the St. Paul City Directory listed Butler Bros. as his employer in 1903, in June of that year Ballard died in a fall while working on a house in the St. Anthony Park neighborhood.
<p>A worker who builds or repairs wooden structures or their parts.</p>
1903 and 1904 City Directories. Frank Pampusch was born in Germany in 1846 and emigrated with his wife, Josephine and 4 of their eventual 10 children in 1881. Frank worked as a carpenter in St. Paul for many years raising his large family here. Several sons went into the printing trades and one, Frank Jr., became a prominent official in the Printers' Union. According to Find a Grave, Frank Pampusch Sr. died in 1917 and is buried in Calvary Cemetery, St. Paul.
1903 and 1904 City Directories. William Wilson worked as a carpenter on the Capitol.
1904 City Directory. August Scheunemann worked as a carpenter on the Capitol.
1903 and 1904 City Directories. Peter A. Peterson worked as a carpenter on the Capitol.
1903 City Directory. William Perkins worked on the Capitol as a carpenter.
1903 City Directory. Carpenter Joseph Orr was born in 1850.
1903 City Directory. Leo Mozinski worked as a carpenter on the Capitol.
1903 and 1904 City Directories. Carpenter Julius Miller was born in Illinois in 1873. By 1910 he and his wife were farming in Washington state.
1903 City Directory. James McCormack worked on the Capitol as a carpenter.