Bio: Wagner, Joseph (1874 – 19??)
Surnames: Wagner, Schulze
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Wagner, Joseph (12 April 1874 – 19??)
JOSEPH WAGNER, whose horseshoeing shop is situated at No. 308 Second street, Wausau, is well known in this business, having devoted much of his business life to this line although giving some attention to his farming interests in the town of Marathon. He was born at Marathon City, Marathon County, Wisconsin, April 12, 1874, and is a son of Henry and Katherine Wagner, the latter of who survives. The father, who was a carpenter by trade and for many years a resident of Marathon County, died in 1889.
Joseph Wagner attended school at Marathon City and then learned his trade and after working at the same there for three years, came to Wausau, in 1894, and from 1897 until 1907 conducted his own shop here. He then located on his farm of 130 acres, situated in the town of Marathon and after selling the same came back to Wausau and since February 15, 1912, has occupied his present stand. He is widely known and his shop is usually the scene of much activity.
Mr. Wagner married Miss Bertha Schulze, who was born in California, and is a sister of E. E. Schulze, of Wausau. They have four children: Helen, Ernest, Norma and Margaret.
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