Wright's directory of Waukesha for 1901-02 comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of city and county officers, schools, churches, banks, incorporated institutions, societies, etc., etc.
Miscellaneous directory, pp. -
18 MISCELLANEOUS DIRECTORY. Public Light and Water-Federer, Snyder, Buchner. Sewers-Kiehl, Buchner, Roach. Police-Roach, Anderson, Schock. Poor-Schock, Smith, Buchner. Ordinances and Legislation-Dopp, Spence, Snyder. Cemeteries-Buchner, Harding, Smith. BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. John P. Dey, city engineer; W. B. Hartshorn, Harvey J. Frame, Fred. A. Gaspar, clerk; John MkGovern, street foreman. POLICE DEPARTMENT. Chief-B. Enders. Policemen-Elmer Putney, Joseph Boyd, John Zeller. BOARD OF H2ALTH. R. L. Gove, mayor; Fred. A. Gaspar, clerk; Dr. H. Philler. FIRE DEPARTMENT. Engine House-716 Clinton. Chief-William James. BOARD OF EDUCATION. T. E. Ryan, pres.; W. H. Sleep, v.-pres.; Fred. A. Gaspar, ex-officio sec. COMIHISSIOYERS. At Large-J. J. Clarke, F. J. Clasen, W. H. Sleep. From the Wards: Ist Ward-J. S. Williams; 2nd Ward- Aug. Sehley; 3rd Ward-M. Gleason; 4th Ward-John Brehm; 5th Ward-T. E. Ryan; 6th Ward-H. M. You- mans. Regular meetings of the Board first Wednesday of each month, 7:30 P. m., at the Council Chamber, Columbia block. STANDING COMMITTEES. Finance-Sleep, Schley, Clasen. Text Books-Clasen, Youmans, Williams. Supplies-Clarke, Brehm, Williams. Buildings and Grounds-Gleason, Sleep, Clasen. Teachers-Brehm, Gleason, Youmans. Visitation-Member from each ward should visit and report on the schools in his district. T'he President is ex-officio a member of all committees. CITY SCHOOLS. High School-H. L. Terry, principal. Union School, Randall Johnson, principal. Hadfield School-C. H. Johnson, principal.
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