Dictionary of Wisconsin History
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Term: O'Konski, Alvin E. 1904
(Rep.): Born on farm near Kewaunee, May 26, 1904; married. Educated Kewaunee high school; Ed.D. State Teachers College-Oshkosh 1927; graduate work at Univ. of Iowa and Univ. of Wis. in speech and political science. President of a television station; former newspaper publisher and radio station owner; taught at Omro and Ocanto High Schools; was principal at Pulaski; taught at Oregon State College, Univ. of Detroit, and Itasca Junior College, Minn. Awarded "Palonia Restuticia", highest medal of Free Poland; voted Most distinguished American for 1945 by foreign language press on the basis of his work against Communism; former director of World League to Stop Communism; former director Free World Forum and World Bill of Rights Assn.; ranked first among all Congressmen in United Press test in American history. Elected to Congress 1942; now in 15th consecutive term. Committee assignments: 92nd Cong. - Armed Services (also 90th and 91st Cong.); District of Columbia (also 91st Cong.); former committees - Veterans Affairs; Public Works; Education and Labor; Katyn Forest Massacre Committee. Home address: Rt. 1, Rhinelander 54501. Address correspondence to: U.S. House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. 20515. (Blue Book 1971)
The Wisconsin Historical Society has manuscripts related to this topic. See the catalog description of the Alvin E. O'Konski Papers for details.
[Source: Blue book]
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O'Konski, Alvin E. 1904