Bio: Mueller, Otto F. (1875 19??)

 

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Surnames: Mueller, Thielke

 

----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.

 

Mueller, Otto F. (19 December 1875)

 

OTTO F. MUELLER, jeweler and optician, with convenient quarters on the corner of Third and Washington streets, Wausau, has been engaged in business in this city for twelve years and has occupied his present building for eleven of these. He was born at Wausau, Wisconsin, December 19, 1875, is a son of Gustav Mueller, a prominent citizen here for many years.  

 

Otto F. Mueller was educated in the excellent schools of his native city and then began to learn the jewelry business in all its details, and also optical work, mainly pursuing his studies for eight years in Wausau, and then embarked in business for himself, his location during his first year being on Third Street two doors south of his present store. He carries a large stock of goods, including cut glass and expensive novelties and his display is very attractive. He has additional business interests, being president of the Badger Turpentine Company, of Wausau, and also president of the Wausau-Yakima Land Company.  

Mr. Mueller married Miss Clara Thielke, of Maysville, Wisconsin, and they have three children: Anita, Margaret and Otto. As an earnest and intelligent citizen, Mr. Mueller is active in public affairs but has never been willing to accept any office except supervisor in the Fourth ward, in which office he served one term. He is identified with the Masons, the Knights of Pythias, the M. W. A., the E. F. U. and the Wausau Schuetze Verein, of which he is treasurer.  

 

 

 


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