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Toepel, M. G.; Kuehn, Hazel L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin blue book, 1952
(1952)

Members of the legislature,   pp. [25]-72 PDF (17.1 MB)


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MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY
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       LANDRY                O'CONNELL                HUBER
     Milwaukee, 1st        Milwaukee, 2nd         Milwaukee, 3rd
  ROBERT WATSON LANDRY (Dem.) was born on June 22, 1922 at
Madison. He received his early education in the Atwater and Shorewood
Schools, and graduated from the University of Chicago in 1946 with an
A.B. degree in economics and from the University of Wisconsin Law
School in 1949. Mr. Landry is a practicing attorney. He is a World
War II vetera'n, having served in the navy from November 1942 to
March 1946. This is his first term in the legislature. Home Address:
1505 North Franklin Place, Milwaukee.
  Milwaukee County, first district: The first and third wards of the
city of Milwaukee.
  MICHAEL F. O'CONNELL (Dem.) was born in Tipperary, Eire, on
January 27, 1877. He received his education in the public schools. He
is a retired railroad conductor and since 1928 has been an election
inspector. From 1936 to 1940 he was a member of the Taxpayers
League. Mr. O'Connell's four sons all served in World War II, one
losing his life while in service. Mr. O'Connell has always been con-
cerned in legislation on public welfare and labor. This is his fifth
term in the assembly. Home Address: 1128 North 18th Street, Milwaukee.
  Milwaukee County, second district: Second and tenth wards of the
city of Milwaukee.
  ROBERT T. HUBER (Dem.) was born at Eckelson, North Dakota,
on August 29, 1920. After graduation from West Allis Central High
School he became an auto parts and service salesman. From 1944 to
1948 he was a contractor and at present is an auto service salesman.
He is a member of the Knights of Columbus and Holy Name Society.
Prior to his election to the assembly in 1948 Mr. Huber had held no
public office. In 1951 he was the Democratic assistant floor leader.
Home Address: 2215 South 84th Street, West Allis.
  Milwaukee County, third district: Towns of Franklin and Greenfield;
villages of Greendale and West Milwaukee; city of West Allis.


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