Biography of George M. Lebo
Tipton County, IN Biographies





GEORGE M. LEBO, artist, who is always to be found in his attractive gallery over Vickrey's Bank, is a native of Berks County, Penn., where he was born November 25, 1861. His father, William Lebo, removed from Pennsylvania to Noblesville in Hamilton County, April 1, 1869. After a residence of ten years, he left Noblesville and removed to Alexandria, in Madison County. George was reared in the two counties, enjoying very good facilities for acquiring an education, attending for some time the high school at Noblesville. In 1876, he began studying his profession at Nobiesvi]le, where he remained for two years, and then spent one year as a student at the Indianapolis Art School. In 1879, he located at Alexandria and opened a gallery. He remained there, meeting with fair success, for three years, when, in 1882, he removed to Tipton and opened his present gallery. Mr. Lebo is a genial gentleman, and is rapidly winning his way to the good graces and generous patronage of the denizens of Tipton and vicinity. As an artist, he cannot be surpassed, and any one desiring work in his line cannot do better in the State than at his gallery.

From:
Counties of Howard and Tipton, Indiana
Historical and Biographical
Charles Blanchard, Editor
F. A. Bettey & Co.
Chicago 1883.


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