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Fae Lenaire Sutton is an individual who resided in Orange County. Her family were original property owners in the area of Orange and Santa Ana reaching back to the 1880s. The Fae Lenaire Sutton Collection is composed mostly of documents regarding the ownership, transfer, and sale of property in Southern California.
Fae Lenaire Sutton was born May 3rd, 1919 and died December 15th, 1997. She graduated high school in 1937 in Garden Grove, and attended La Salle Extension University. La Salle University was located in Chicago, but specialized in “distance learning”. Sutton studied accounting through them at her home in Orange County. She died in Orange, California and is buried at Santa Ana cemetery. Sutton’s father (Walter A. Sutton) was born in California and worked as a contractor. He was also a Civil Defense medical volunteer. Her mother’s parents came from Arkansas and Missouri, and has an ancestor who fought for the Union’s 14th Kansas Cavalry in the Civil War. Unfortunately not much else is known about Fae Lenaire Sutton. Based on the files within this collection it appears she never married or had any children. She spent a good portion of her life managing properties owned and inherited by her and her family members. Photographs show that she traveled to places including Alaska and Washington D.C.
2 Document boxes; 1 photo album
Property rights reside with the California State University, Fullerton University Archives and Special Collections. No part may be quoted for publication without the written permission of the University Archives & Special Collections, CSU Fullerton or the copyright holder. Requests for permission to quote from these materials should be addressed to: California State University, Fullerton University Archives & Special Collections 800 N. State College, PLS-352 |Fullerton, CA 92834-3599 (657) 278-3444 Permission requests for photograph use can be made by the completion of an Application for use-images form.
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