Bio: Hannemann, Frank (1869 - 19??)
Surnames: Hannemann, Mueller, Quandt, Jackson, Heinemann, Althen, Ritter, Deutsch
----Source: History of Marathon County Wisconsin and Representative Citizens, by Louis Marchetti, 1913.
Hannemann, Frank (25 March 1869 - 19??)
Frank Hannemann, general merchant, located on the corner of Third Avenue and Clark Street, Wausau, Wis., is one of the city's prospering business men and was born here, March 25, 1869. His parents are Ferdinand and Johanna Hannemann, who came to Wausau from Germany, in the fall of 1868 and have lived here ever since. For many years Ferdinand Hannemann was guardian of the First National Bank Building here.
Frank Hannemann was reared in his native city and educated in the public schools and when old enough went to work for the Mueller & Quandt Shoe store, and continued with them from the age of fifteen years until he was twenty-seven. Not only did he providently save his money but he also advanced his education and after taking a course in the Spencerian Business College at Milwaukee, he came back to Wausau and went to work for the Jackson Milling Company as an office man and continued three years. Afterward he was connected for one year with the Nathan Heinemann department store and then took full charge of the business of Conrad Althen, a merchant then operating on the present site of the Ritter & Deutsch furniture store. After considerable mercantile experience Mr. Hannemann embarked in business for himself, in March, 1905, and has a large patronage, his stock including dry goods, groceries, flour and feed. He is an interested and active citizen but has no political aspirations. Mr. Hannemann resides at home, being unmarried.
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