Viewing Theodore F. Wendland (1889-1943).
Theodore F. Wendland practiced law in Minneapolis from his admission to the bar in 1911 to his death in 1943. During these years he was engaged in two other activities: music and the Parent-Teacher Association. For thirty years he was a church organist. He also was organist for the local Elks Lodge, of which he was a member. He was President of the Minneapolis Central Council P.T.A. for three years; even after he left the Council he worked long and hard for the P.T.A. Child Welfare Committee. After his death on May 15, 1943, at age fifty-three, a eulogist at memorial services for the Hennepin County Bar Association recalled his work for the children of the city: