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Term: Rasmusen, Holger B. 1894


(Rep.), Born Superior, Apr. 26, 1894; married. Grad. high sch.; Ph.D. 1916 Drake Univ., Des Moines, Iowa. Semiretired pharmacist. World War I Navy vet. Village trustee and mbr. sch. bd. 1923-32, county school coin. 1947-51; mayor of Spooner 1942-48; civilian defense county chm. World War II. Mbr. Wis. and Amer. Pharmaceutical Assn.; Spooner Ch. of Cora. (past pres.); Kiwanis (past pres.) Assemblyman 1949, 1951, 1953; elected to Senate 1956 for unexpired term; reelected 1962, 1966. Committee assignments: 1969-Education (chm., also 1967, mbr. 1965, '63, '57) and jt. interim Com. (co- chm); Health and Social Services (vice-dim) and jt. interim Public Welfare Com.; Legis. Procedure (also 1967) ; State Capitol and Exec. Residence Bd. (also 1967); Educational Compact Comm. (also 1967); 1967-Public welfare (vice- chm., mbr. 1965, '63, '57) ; Jt. Legis. Corn, to Visit State Properties; 1965- Legis. Council's Insur. Law Revision Com.; 1964- World's Fair Participation Comm.; 1963-Legis. Council's Education Corn; Com. to Investigate Obscene Lit. Mailing address: 722 Franklin Ave., Spooner 54801. 23rd Senatorial District: Assembly Districts Barron-Washburn, Chippewa, Dunn. (Blue Book 1970)

The Wisconsin Historical Society has manuscripts related to this topic. See the catalog description of the Holger B. Rasmusen Speech for details.

[Source: Blue book]
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