Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Knoblauch, 940 South Lawrence Avenue. Until her marriage Mrs. Knoblauch was Miss Emma Gribi. Both Mr. and Mrs. Knoblauch are members of the Pioneer Society. Their daughter, Miss Vera, was an Alpha Tau Sigma at Fairmount. Later she was graduated from K. U., where she was a Chi Omega. She assists her father in his office and is Assistant Secretary of the Building and Loan Association. [1921 Social Register, Wichita, Kansas, transcribed by Kathi Travers.] - - - Death of Wichita pioneer, Mrs. Emma Louise Knoblauch, 83, a resident of Wichita since 1870, at her home, 141 North Broadview. Born April 4, 1869 in Topeka and in the following year was one of four children brought to Wichita in a covered wagon by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Gribi. Mr. Gribi was an early day contractor. She was the widow of J. F. Knoblauch, an executive of the American Building and Howe Loan Association, who died in 1929. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Vera Hyland, Chicago, Illinois, a sister, Mrs. A. H. Bolte, Hillcrest apartments, and a brother, John Gribi, Chickasha, Oklahoma. Entombment in Old Mission Mausoleum. Wichita Eagle, December 23, 1952, page 5.