Obit: Buland, Bertha E. #2 (1862 - 1944)

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Surnames: Buland, Campbell, Bryan

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 17 Feb. 1944

Buland, **Mrs. G. L. (1862 - 1944)

Miss Marion Dickey of 1205 S. E. 37 Ave., Portland, Oregon, sent The Press a clipping from the Portland Oregonian of February 8 telling of the death of Mrs. G. L. Buland. She came of a pioneer family of Clark County, and her husband, Dr. Buland, practiced in the northern part of the county.

Mrs. Buland died at the age of 81 at her home 1767 S. E. Maple Street, Portland. She left a son, George Jr., and two daughters, Mrs. George Norman Campbell of Kalama, Wash., and Mrs. Elizabeth Bryan of Tacoma, besides five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Buland was active in Portland organizations, serving two terms as president of the Portland Federation of Women’s Clubs and many years as chairman of the state organization’s committee on international relations. She was president of the Council for the Prevention of War, and was member of the League of Nations Associations. She was one of the founders of the Portland Research Club and was legislative chairman and scientific temperance instructor for the women’s Christian Temperance Union.

Mrs. Buland was born in Baraboo in 1862. The family moved west in 1900, locating at Castle Rock, Oregon. They moved to Portland in 1912. Dr. Buland died in 1930.

**First name was taken from a previous obituary



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