|Name||Weiler, Toni (Mary Antoinette), 1911-1996|
|Birthplace||New York, NY|
|Places of residence||
|Titles & honors||Sister Irene Award, Orphan Train Heritage Society of America|
|Notes||Came to York, NE from New York, NY in 1913 via an Orphan Train.|
Member, Orphan Train Heritage Society of America
Volunteer, Family Life Office of the Archdiocese of Omaha
|Spouse||Weiler, Leo S.|
Weiler, J. Michael
Werner, Mary Ann
Weiler, Robert J.
Weiler, Leo F.
|Deceased where||Omaha, NE|
The collection consists of writings, research materials, correspondence, scrapbooks and ephemera relating to Toni Weiler's experiences as an orphan train rider. Included are drafts of her reminiscences and talks she gave to school and community groups about orphan trains, as well as research materials she collected about the orphan trains and the New York Foundling Society.
Child size bonnet made of off white fan-patterned eyelet and edged with white lace. Two off white ribbons made of thin gauze-like material are attached at the corners for tying under the chin.
Toni Weiler, as a little girl, shortly after arriving in Nebraska on the Orphan Train.