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Term: Geuder, William 1852 - 1903

Definition: manufacturer, b. Milwaukee. He attended the German-English academy and Spencerian Business College. He was associated with his father, George Geuder, in the tinware business until the father's death in 1879; in 1880 William Geuder and Charles A. Paeschke (q.v.) reorganized the business under the name Geuder, Paeschke and Co. In 1882 the firm name was changed to Geuder and Paeschke Manufacturing Co. (later Geuder, Paeschke and Frey Co.). Geuder was president of the firm (1882-1903). He maintained numerous other business interests, and was active in local political and civic affairs. Geuder, Paeschke and Frey Co., As We See It (Milwaukee, 1955); F. L. Holmes, et al., eds., Wis. (5 vols., Chicago, 1946); Milwaukee Journal, Apr. 27, 1903.

[Source: Dictionary of Wisconsin biography]
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