Charles W. Conger

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Charles W. Conger 22 May 1867 - 9 Feb 1923


Imperial Cycling Club

The Imperial Cycling Club, under command of Captain Conger, has a scorch run to San Leandro to-morrow, leaving Fruitvale about 1 o'clock. Rain will of course stop the run.

Bicycle Notes. - CYCLING NEWS AND COMMENTS. - Liberty Cycling Club - largest bicycle rider - The San Francisco Examiner, 05 Jan 1895

The resignation of Charles W. Conger as captain of the Imperial Cycling Club has been handed in. James S. Egan or E. C. Douglas may succeed him as captain.

AMONG THE WHEELMEN - Track to Be Used in the Tournament. - A Matter of Interest to Racers. - San Francisco Chronicle, 19 Jan 1895


To San Francisco Cyclers Who Are "Biking" From Vancouver.

PORTLAND, OR, April 30 - Walter C. Howe and Charles W. Conger of San Francisco, who are making the trip from Vancouver, B. C., to San Francisco on bicycles, arrived here to-day. They have followed the railroad track most of the way, the roads being very muddy, They have been on the way seven days, and will stop a week in Portland to rest.

Charles W. Conger and Walter C. Howe Biking from Vancouver to San Francisco 01 May 1895, Wed The San Francisco Call (San Francisco, California)