Mangold, C. (Carl), 1813-1889Variant names
From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : Darmstadt, 9 August 1851, to an unidentified recipient, 1851 Aug. 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270581703
Charles A. Mangold Sr., the father of Carl Mangold, was one of the pioneers of Dallas County. successful sucsessful as a businessman, builder and manager of the Jefferson Hotel, and a horse breeder, Mangold was also a leader and developer for public interest. He was involved in a variety of activities promoting the arts, such as the Opera, Oak Cliff Little Theatre, and the Silver Jubilee Saengerfest (1904). He organized Lake Cliff Park and helped with the Dallas State Fair. His name appears on many city promotions including the early founders of the Chamber of Commerce and membership rosters of many fraternal organizations such as Odd Fellows, the Elks, the Eagles, and the Sons of Herman. Charles Mangold was one of the leaders in developing Dallas from a small village to a major city.
Charles Mangold was born October 31, 1860 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He arrived in Dallas in 1885 and established a wholesale liquor enterprise known as Swope and Mangold. Almost immediately upon his arrival in Dallas, Mangold became interested in the development of Dallas and Oak Cliff. He was responsible for the crusade to build a viaduct between the two cities in 1910. His interest also extended to the creation of city parks and was one of the original members of the parks board.
His many commercial enterprises included breeding Angora goats and horses, plus the running of horse races at the fair grounds, the Oak Cliff Casino, wholesale liquor, wines and cigars, the Jefferson Hotel, and the American Laundry Company. He endeavored to make all of his works unique, successful, and first rate. His contributions to Dallas County are well noted in several sources. After his death, August 26, 1934, his obituary appears in the Dallas Morning News, August 27, 1934, front page and proclaims him as the "Man Who Visioned Oak Cliff".
Chalres and wife Anna Mangold had four children, two daughters, Olga and Irma, and two sons, Lawrence W. and Charles A. Mangold Jr. (Carl). Both sons served in World War I. The younger son, Carl, entered the service in October 1918 and was discharged after the Armistice in November. Lawrence remained in the service and as a Sergeant Major was sent to Germany with the Army of Occupation. Carl followed his father's lead and became a developer, helping his father with Cliff Towers, Lake Cliff Park, and the Jefferson Hotel. Carl donated this collection to this library after an oral history interview. Carl A. Mangold died in February 1987 at age 87.
From the guide to the Carl A. Mangold Collection MA83-16., (Texas/Dallas History & Archives, Dallas Public Library)
|creatorOf||British Library. [Music for viola d'amore with other instruments] [microform].||HCL Technical Services, Harvard College Library|
|creatorOf||Carl A. Mangold Collection MA83-16.||Texas/Dallas History & Archives , Dallas Public Library|
|creatorOf||Mangold, Carl, 1813-1889. Autograph letter signed, dated : Darmstadt, 9 August 1851, to an unidentified recipient, 1851 Aug. 9.||Pierpont Morgan Library.|
|creatorOf||Mangold, Carl Amand, 1813-1889. "Sie sollen ihn nicht haben ..." Gedicht von Becker, comp. von C.A. Mangold, op. 19. [2-part chorus and piano accompaniment].||Eastman School of Music|
|associatedWith||Mangold, Charles A. Jr.||person|
|associatedWith||Mangold, Charles A. Sr.||person|
|associatedWith||Mary Flagler Cary Music Collection (Pierpont Morgan Library)||corporateBody|
|Place Name||Admin Code||Country|
|Oak Cliff (Tex.)|
|Choruses with piano|