This is a history timeline which goes over the history CW Pipkin left behind which contains his many travels, experiences and people he met between 1902 and 1952. For more information about this timeline please contact The Pipkin Detective Agency.
Charley left home to go to Nevada where he was a mule-skinner in Goldfield from 1902 to 1905, after which he returned to the Midwest.
I believe he first went to Lincoln, Nebraska, where he met and married Margaret Camerer on May 20, 1909.
The move to Omaha took place around 1910, for Charles and Margaret were living in a large boarding house in the 1910 census. The census was taken on April 16, and Margaret was pregnant.
After giving into Margaret about the street car job, he took a job in a mental hospital in Hastings, Nebraska, some 45 miles west of Omaha.
When he returned to Omaha, he took a job as a motorcycle policeman.
One story, appearing in the paper on June 12, 1915, tells us something about Charles' physical abilities.
GARAGE MEN ORGANIZE TO CATCH AUTO THIEVES.
Automobile Detective Success!
Sole title to six lots in the Manor Heath subdivision in Reno is sought in a suit filed in district court.
Charles W. Pipkin's plan for a statewide convention in Las Vegas to assure capital that Nevada's liberal laws would be retained after the war.