CLAUDE L. AIRHART
Source: Crawfordsville Journal and Review, 1-12-1953 p 6
Claude L. AIRHART, 51, son of Rev. CL Airhart of this place died Saturday Jan 10 at the Veterans Hospital at Los Angeles. he had been in declining health for the past year. He was born at Advance, Indiana and spent his youth in Indiana. he is survived by his father, Rev. Cornelius L. Airhart of New Market; two sisters, Mrs. Blanche Jackson of North salem, Indiana and Mrs. Mamie Tate of Indianapolis and a borther, Paul Airhart, who lives in New Jersey. A brother, Jesse Airhart and an infant sister preceded him in death. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jackson of North Salem left Monday for Los Angeles to be present at the burial which will take place in that city. The father, who is past 92 and other members of the family were unable to make the trip to attend the rites. Mr. Airhart has made his home in California since his discharge from military service in WWI and he has been employed by the 20th Century Fox Film Company for many years, in special photographic work which took him to many interesting places throughout the world. "During the past year, in connection with his film work, he visited Italy, Australia, South America and Mexico and many other places." He visited his father and Mrs. Airhart and others of his relatives in Indiana in the summer of 1950 and intended a return for a visit in September of last year but ill health prevented him. - kbz
Source: Russellville News Jan 16, 1953
Claude L. AIRHART, 51, son of Rev. CL Airhart of New Market died Saturday Jan 10 at the Veteran hospital in Los Angeles. He was born at Advance, Indiana and spent his youth in Greencastle, Indiana. Survivors are the father Rev Cornelius L. Airhart of New Market, two sisters Mrs. Blanche Jackson of North Salem, Indiana, Mrs. Mamie Tate of Indianapolis, a brother Paul Airhart of New Jersey. He was preceded in death by a brother Jessie Airhart and an infant sister. Funeral services were held in Los Angeles. The father is past 92 . - kbz
Note: from -- Obituaries of Mary Jo Johnson found in Crawfordsville District Public Library.