Papers of Emil T. Bertelsen, his wife Florence Volz, her second husband Louis Grundwick, and Florence’s son-in-law Albert
A. Baker, Jr.
Emil Bertelsen, son of German immigrant Adolph F. Bertelsen, was born in 1889 and married Florence Volz in 1913. An accountant
for a San Francisco lithography company, Emil died in 1923, and Florence married Louis (Lars) Grundwick, a San Francisco candy
maker. Emil and Florence had one daughter, Lucille, who married candy company executive Albert A. Baker, Jr. in 1953.
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