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W.J. Kveton Walter J. Kveton
Full Name: Walter J. Kveton
Date of birth: March 29, 1893
Date of death: December 13, 1931

Terms of Service top
Chamber District Dates of Service Legislatures Party City/County Note Counties in District
H 71 Jan 11, 1921 - Jan 9, 1923 37th (1) (2) (3) (4)   American Party of the United States Sealy / Austin   Austin, Colorado

(1) "Ferguson Was Chief Speaker for Americans," 8/15/1919, p. 4. Brownwood Bulletin.
(2) "'American Party of U.S.' Launched at Ft. Worth by Ferguson Conference," 8/15/1919, p. 2, Galveston Daily News.
(3) "American Party Dissolves," 2/9/1922, p. 3. San Saba News.
(4) American Party. Texas Legislative Manual.
Biographical Notes and Resources top
Other Resources
  • W.J. Kveton of Sealy "was a member of the House of Representatives from Austin county in the Thirty-seventh Legislature. He was one of the American party representatives in the lower house." "Republicans Name Kveton to Run for Congressional Seat: Former Legislator From Sealy to Oppose Buchanan in General Election," 8/27/1922, p. 9. Austin Statesman.
  • Discussion of W.J. Kveton's speech, "Frydek's Barbecue," 5/23/1924, p. 4. "Hon. W.J. Kveton - who was elected as a member of the legislature from Austin county four years ago on the American party ticket . . . He was introduced as the 'standard bearer of the Republican party of Austin county.'" Bellville Times.
  • Walter J. Kveton, Obituary, 12/18/1931, p. 1. Birth date 3/29/1892. Republican; "He was active in the Republican party of County, State and Nation, and was appointed postmaster at Sealy about three years ago." Served in American Expeditionary Forces in World War I. Survived by wife Emily Kveton and mother Ida Kveton; father John Kveton "died many years ago" and sister Kate Kveton "died about four years ago." Bellville Times.
  • Census of 1920 - Walter Kveton, Justice Precinct 3, Austin County, age 27, born circa 1893 in Texas, proprietor/meat market, living in household of mother Ida Kveton, sister Kate Kveton.
    Census of 1930 - Walter Kveton, Justice Precinct 3, Sealy, Austin County, age 37, born circa 1893 in Texas, postmaster, U.S. government, living in household of mother Ida Kveton, spouse Emily Kveton. FamilySearch. 1920 1930
  • W.J. Kveton, death date 12/13/1931, age 38 years, postmaster, father John Kveton, mother Ida Hillboldt. FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976.
  • Walter J. Kveton, birth date 3/29/1893, death date 12/13/1931, burial in Sealy Cemetery, Sealy, Austin County (Mess Sgt. 360th Infantry, 90th Division). Mother Ida Kveton, father John Kveton, sister Kate Kveton all interred in Sealy Cemetery. Find a Grave.
  • 37th Legislature (1921) - W.J. Kveton, postoffice Sealy, nativity Texas, age 29 (born circa 1892), 29 years in Texas, wholesale merchant, American party. Texas Legislative Manual.
  • Photographs
  • Photograph. W.J. Kveton, 37th Legislature, State Preservation Board
  • Composite Photographs on Display in the Capitol
  • 37th session composite photo of House members (House chamber gallery, west wall. 3W.2). State Preservation Board.
  • Committee Informationtop
    37th R.S. - 1921
    Military Affairs  
    Privileges, Suffrage and Elections  
    Public Health  
    Public Lands and Buildings  

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