Alexander Sanger (1847–1925) was a merchant, philanthropist and civil servant Born in in Obernbreit present-day Germany When he was 13 he was An apprentice to a dry goods store in his home city and when he was 18 in 1865 he went to the United States (his brothers went first) when he got there he was a bookkeeper in Cincinnati he then joined the company That bought the bookkeeping company. He eventually sold his portion of the company and moved to Dallas to join his brothers in the family business Sanger brothers he was also into civil affairs he helped found temple emanuel the first jewish congregation in dallas and supported the idea of a Pacific railroad
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- Sanger, Alenander. "Sanger". Texas Handbook.