Clausen, Frederick Harold 1875 - 1944 | Wisconsin Historical Society

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Clausen, Frederick Harold 1875 - 1944

Clausen, Frederick Harold 1875 - 1944 | Wisconsin Historical Society

manufacturer, b. Fox Lake. He graduated from the Univ. of Wisconsin (B.L., 1897; LL.B., 1899). He entered the service of the Van Brunt Manufacturing Co., Horicon, in 1899, becoming president in 1921. He was a director of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, director and president of the Wisconsin Manufacturers' Association, director of code activities of the farm machinery industry under NRA, and served on the board of directors of several large corporations. He held local offices in Horicon and Dodge counties. Clausen served as a member (1930-1936) and president (1932-1935) of the board of regents of the Univ. of Wisconsin. H. B. Hubbell, Dodge Co. (2 vols., Chicago, 1913); Who's Who in Amer., 23 (1944); Horicon Reporter, Oct. 26, 1944; Milwaukee Journal, Oct. 22, 1944; Milwaukee Sentinel, Oct. 22, 1944.

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[Source: Dictionary of Wisconsin biography]