Biography of Donald Dool
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DONALD DOOL, one of the men of Imperial County, who, by reason of his personal integrity, is recognized as one of the leading men of Calexico. He was born in Aledo, Illinois, April 23, 1892, a son of Edward and Anna (Irwin) Dool. Mr. Dool's father is one of the commanding figures of the business life of Calexico, and he has made steady progress towards prominence, and is today largely connected with the agricultural interests of Imperial County. The subject of this review acquired his education in the public and high schools of Los Angeles, California. He afterwards entered Stanford University, and graduated in civil engineering in 1915. The parents of Mr. Dool came to California in 1903, and located in Los Angeles. His father came to Imperial County and took up six hundred and forty acres. He afterwards purchased one hundred and sixty acres. All the land is in cotton. Mr. Drool returned from college and took up engineering for a time and was appointed postmaster at Calexico, January 13, 1917, and took office March I, 1917. Politically he is affiliated with the Democratic party.

From:
The History of Imperial County, California
Edited by: F. C. Farr
Elms and Franks, Publishers
Berkley, California 1918


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