Bio: Holzmann, Charles (1870 – 19??)
Surnames: Holzmann, Radke
---Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Holzmann, Charles (7 March 1870 – 19??)
CHARLES HOLZMANN,* a valued member of the city council at Wausau, Wis., ably representing the Eighth Ward, is proprietor of a shoe store, situated at No. 1706 Sixth street. He is a native of this city, born March 7, 1870, and is a son of Frank and Albertina Holzmann, the former of whom was born in Germany and has been a continuous resident of Wausau for forty-five years.
Charles Holzmann obtained his education in the public schools of Wausau, afterward learning the shoemaking trade, and for fifteen years has been at his present place, for eleven years conducting his own store. He handles and manufactures fine shoes and also in connection has a repair department.
Mr. Holzmann married Miss Margaret Radke, of the Town of Texas, and they have two children, Margaret and Melvin. The family belongs to the Lutheran Church. Mr. Holzmann is an active and conscientious citizen, contributes his share to public improvements and exerts his influence in favor of all law-abiding measures.
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