Ohm, Howard F.; Bryhan, Leone G. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1940
Members of the legislature, pp. -70 PDF (13.3 MB)
36 WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK LARSEN HARTMAN Chief Clerk Sergeant-at -Arms LAWRENCE 1T. LARSEN was born at Racine, Wisconsin on March 23, 1897, and received his education in the common and high schools of that city. He served in the World War as acting Sergeant-Major, Head- quarters Company at Camp Shelby, Mississippi. His election as Chief Clerk of the Senate in 1935 was his first public office. He was unani- mously reelected in 1937 and in 1939. Home Address: 1028 Russet Street, Racine. EMIL A. HARTMAN was born and educated at Manitowoc, Wiscon- sin. He is a paperhanging and painting contractor. Mr. Hartman has served as secretary of the Manitowoc County Republican Committee, delegate to the Republican State Conventions, clerk with the Adjutant General, and filing clerk with the Secretary of State. Since 1915 he has served in various capacities with the senate: document clerk, mailing clerk, assistant sergeant-at -arms, and has been elected as sergeant-at- arms for the past five regular sessions and all intervening special sessions. Home Address: 2253 Fox Avenue, Madison.
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