Use the smaller-sized text Use the larger-sized text Use the very large text

Dictionary of Wisconsin History

Or Search Everything...
Search All Terms:

Search All Fields:

Search Results for: Keyword: 'Participation'

Term: Benson, Taylor

Definition: (Dem.), born Milwaukee. Educ. Milw. elem. school and Metropolitan High Sch., Los Angeles ; A.B. Univ. of Notre Dame 1955. Public relations consultant; formerly reporter-writer. Veteran of World War II, Korean War; served in Air Force. Mbr. Air Force Assn., Reserve Officers Assn., Army-Navy Union, Sons of the Amer. Revolution, Christian Family Movement, Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Milw. Press Club, Caledonia Bus, and Prof. Men's Assn. Elected to Senate 1964. Assistant Minority Leader. Mbr. Sen. Agriculture Com., Highways Com. and jt. interim Com.; served on Sen. Judiciary Com. 1965, World's Fair Participation Comm., Reorganization Com., Jt. Study Com, on Civil Service; Dem. Caucus Secretary 1965. Mailing ad-dress: 6729 Highway 38, Franksville 53126. 28th Senatorial District: Assembly Districts Milwaukee 23rd, Racine 3rd, Waukesha 4th. (Blue Book 1968)

[Source: Blue book]
  • Questions about this page? Email us
  • Email this page to a friend
select text size Use the smaller-sized textUse the larger-sized textUse the very large text