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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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34                   WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK
        QUINN                  LYNCH                SEYMOUR
        Brown, 1st           Brown, 2nd             Brown, 3rd
  JEROME QUINN      (Rep.) born Green Bay May 23, 1910. Graduated
grade and high schools; attended University of Wisconsin. Merchant
and real estate operator. Alderman of Green Bay; supervisor Brown
County; member of Green Bay Board of Education. Member of Elks,
Green Bay Ass'n of Commerce. Elected to assembly 1954; re-elected
1956. Home Address: 912 Howard St., Green Bay.
  Brown County, 1st district: 3rd, 6th, 13th-24th wards city of Green
  ROBERT E. LYNCH       (Dem.) born Chicago. After graduation from
Notre Dame became baseball coach there and later for Northwestern
University, Northwestern Academy and Clemson College. He played
in and managed professional baseball with clubs in the Wisconsin-
Illinois League; the American Association; and the Western, Eastern
and Southern Leagues. During war public relations officer Kewau-
nee Shipbuilding and Engineering Corporation. His election to as-
sembly in 1932 marked his entrance into public office. Elected to as-
sembly 1934, and since 1943 has served consecutively. Chairman Demo-
cratic caucus and assistant Democratic floor leader for 1947. In 1949
nominated Democratic candidate for speaker. Chairman Committee to
Visit State Institutions in 1951; member 1953, 1955, 1956. Member
Public Welfare and Transportation Committees 1957. Home Address:
1144 Cass St., Green Bay.
  Brown County, 2nd district: Towns of Allouez, Preble; 1st, 2nd,
4th, 5th, 7th-12th wards, city of Green Bay.
  EDWARD A. SEYMOUR (Rep.) born De Pere Aug. 1, 1887. Educated
De Pere grade and high schools, Oshkosh State College, B.S. St.
Norbert's College. Mayor of De Pere 10 years. Principal and superin-
tendent of schools 1914-52; county superintendent of schools 1919-38;
member Brown County Agricultural Committee 1920-38, Brown County
Park Board 1918-34, De Pere Police and Fire Commission 1934-40.
Elected district vice president, 2nd senatorial district, League of Wis-
consin Municipalities. Serving 2nd term in the legislature. Business
Address: De Pere.
  Brown County, 3rd district: All towns, cities and villages in the
county except towns of Allouez and Preble and city of Green Bay.

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