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Wright's directory of Waukesha 1909-10 together with a complete directory of Waukesha County comprising an alphabetically arranged list of business firms and private citizens; a numerical street directory; a classified list of all trades, professions and pursuits; a miscellaneous directory of villages and county officers, the public and private schools, banks, churches, societies, etc.
(1909)

Oconomowoc directory: alphabetical list of names,   pp. 201-252


Page 252

THE ASSOCIATION OF
American Directory Publishers
OFFICERS:
W. H. LEE, President                   A. V. WILLIAMS, Vice-President
W. H. BATES, Secretary            J. L. HILL, Treasurer
TRUSTLES:
W. E. MURDOCK, Boston           W. H. BATES, New York
R. H. DONNELLEY, Chicago          W. H. LEE, New Haven
A. V. WILLIAMS, Cincinnati           R. L. POLK, Detroit
E. H. GOULD, St. Louis             J. L. HILL, Richmond
Seetury's Office, 87-91 Third Avenue, New York
The Association of American Directory Publishers is composed
of reputable City Directory Publishers, organized for the general
advancement of the Directory business. Any person, corporation or
firm engaged in business as owner and publisher of a City Directory in
the United States or Canada, who shall qualify as competent to gather
information and compile a City Directory and furnish satisfactory
references, is eligible to membership.
The objects of the Association are:
First. The advancement of the Directory business and the im-
provement of Directories by the interchange of ideas and the exchange
of experienced employes.
Second. To provide protection to the public against fraudulent
advertising schemes which operate under the name of Direc-
torles, and to drive unprincipled promoters of the same out of the
business.
Third. To provide permanent and profitable employment to com-
petent, industrious and honest Directory canvassers and compilers.
Fourth. For the mutual protection and advancement of the
established and prospective interests of all who may become members,
by personal advice and assistance of members as may be mutually
satisfactory, desirable or advisable, and by such other means as may,
from time to time, be shown to be wise, proper and lawful.
$100.00      Reward         Will be paid by the Association for
_the arrest and conviction of any
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