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Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original
book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not
illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ... married to Miss Dell
Elizabeth Vandemark, who was born in 1857 in Freedom Township, Sauk
County, a daughter of Peter and Rebecca (Odell) Vandemark. Her
parents came from New York to Wisconsin in 1854 and settled in the
Township of Freedom, but later moved to the Town of Baraboo, and
lived there until 1878, when they went to Minnesota. There, in Big
Stone County, Mr. Vandemark carried on farming until his death'in
1895. Mrs. Vandemark met her death during a cyclone which struck
her home near Clinton, Minnesota, in 1908. There were the following
children in the family: Erwin and Ella, of Minnesota; Dell
Elizabeth, now Mrs. Schlag; Myra, of Illinnesota; Kate and Marie,
deceased; and Will, of Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Schlag have three
children: Wilhelmina is the wife of Robert Aton. Dr. Rex Alexander,
who graduated from Baraboo High School, attended Rush Medical
College, Chicago, for three years, completed his medical
preparation at Denver, Colorado, where he remained for two years,
commenced practice at Monroe, Iowa, and there continued about four
years. and in 1909 opened an ofiice at Prairie dn Sac, where he has
since had a large and constantly increasing practice. He married
Louise Swanson, of Cambridge, Nebraska, and has one son, ten years
of age. R. H. Schlag graduated from the Baraboo High School and for
five years has been a railway mail clerk running out of. the
offices at Chicago. He is now in the marine service for the
Govern-' ment. Mr. Schlag is a republican, and while he has not
sought preferment in his community i1rthe way of public ofiice, has
always taken a prominent part in movements for local improvements
and the general welfare of his town and county. He fraternizes with
the local lodge ofthe Modern Woodmen of America and...
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United States Congress Senate
• Harry Ellsworth Cole
||246 x 189 x 16mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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