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Toepel, M. G.; Kuehn, Hazel L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1958

Biographies and pictures of constitutional officers, supreme court justices, members of Congress, members of legislature,   pp. [1]-68 PDF (22.7 MB)

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         LAUN                 O'BRIEN             KENDZIORSKI
      1st District           2nd District           3rd District
  ALFRED    A. LAUN, JR. (Rep.) born New      Holstein Feb. 14, 1905.
Educated New Holstein and Milwaukee public schools, Oberlin College;
A.B. Harvard University 1927; M.B.A. Harvard Graduate School of
Business Administration 1929. With A. A. Laun Furniture Co. since
1935; president since 1946. Alderman, Kiel, 1945-47. Member State
Board of Vocational and Adult Education since 1946; also Board of
Trustees of Stout Institute since 1946-1955. Alternate delegate to Re-
publican National Convention 1952, delegate 1956. 8th district presi-
dential elector, 1952; 8th district Republican chairman, 1952-54. Serv-
ing 1st term in the legislature. Home Address: 502 River Terrace, Kiel.
  1st senatorial district: Door, Kewaunee, Manitowoc Counties.
  LEO P. O'BRIEN (Rep.) born July 20, 1893 Fond du Lac. Attended
University of Wisconsin; Marquette University; St. Norbert College,
DePere. Insurance salesman. Served 4 years as alderman in Green
Bay. Veteran World War I and II; in World War II combat navy
veteran, 32 months in Pacific including the Solomon-Guadalcanal cam-
paigns. Elected to senate 1952; re-elected 1956. Home Address: 501
Cherry St., Green Bay.
  2nd senatorial district: Brown County.
  CASIMIR KENDZIORSKI (Dem.) born Poland Dec. 3, 1898. Elemen-
tary and high school education in Poland; evening courses in Milwaukee.
From 1928-30 real estate broker, and since has been a machinist and
inspector. Past vice president of his local union and member of board
on legislation and education. Always been interested and active in
civic and labor activities. Elected to assembly in 1946; re-elected in
1948. In 1949 elected to senate; re-elected 1950, 1954. In 1957 elected
Democratic assistant floor leader. Home Address: 2025 S. 14th St.,
  3rd senatorial district: 11th, 12th, 14th wards city of Milwaukee.
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