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Neumeyer, Arthur J. (ed.) / The birth of a city: Brillion from village to city April 4, 1944
(April 4, 1944)


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NEUMEYER ART STUDIO
The Studio with a State-wide Reputation!
BRILLION, WIS.            PHONE 100
This historical book was made up by Arthur J.
Neumeyer, at the age of 80, from accumulated
items kept in a box for 29 years after the course
of procedure in the process of the incorporation
of Brillion from a village to a 4th class city.
Neumeyer proposed the study of the feasibility
of this project at a June 1943 Lions Club meeting,
in the old Schneider Hotel, now the site of the
Vogel Lounge. After the second proposal at the
first fall meeting of the Brillion Lions Club,
September, 1943, Lion Neumeyer was appointed to
head this movement, with the assistance of Lion
Henry C. Horn and Lion Micheal Becker, until its
final completion, April 1944.
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