Isaac’s youngest son continued his schooling in the medical field.
It was reported in The Burlington Hawk-Eye on Wednesday, October 1, 1913 that “Dr. Leslie Carr left Wednesday morning for Chicago to enter the Northwestern university”.
Leslie’s future wife, Miss Lavanda Gardner, was an assistant principal of the Victor High School in Victor, Iowa. This was also reported in The Burlington Hawk-Eye on October 1, 1913. Lavanda’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. Gardner and Lavanda’s sister, Ellen, were mentioned in the paper as visiting her in Victor.
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