Dr. Harry Wilbur Black is an enterprising and successful young dentist of Cambria County, engaged in the practice
of his profession at Beaverdale. He was born at Spangler, Pa., Aug. 3, 1901, and is the son of Harry W. and Ella
Harry W. Black is a well known merchant of Beaverdale, where he has engaged in business for 20 years. Both he and
his wife are natives of Indiana County, Pa. They have two sons: Dr. Harry Wilbur, the subject of this sketch; and
Samuel, a dentist, Beaverdale, Pa.
After attending the public and high schools of Beaverdale, Harry Wilbur Black entered the University of Pennsylvania,
from which he received his degree in dentistry in 1923. He immediately established his practice at Beaverdale.
On Dec. 29, 1919, Doctor Black was married to Miss Madge Walker, the daughter of A. L. and Alzeda (Walters) Walker,
both natives of Beaverdale, where they reside. Doctor and Mrs. Black have a daughter, Madelyn.
Doctor Black is a member of the Johnstown Dental Society, Central Pennsylvania Dental Society, Pennsylvania State
Dental Association, and American Dental Association. He is a Republican, a member of the United Brethren Church
and Knights of Pythias. Both Doctor and Mrs. Black are well and favorably known in the community.
History of Cambria County, Pennsylvania
By: John E. Gable
Historical Publishing Company
Cambria County Pennsylvania Biographies
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