Bio: Holub, Adolph (1871 - 19??)



Surnames: Holub, Fenhouse, Schroeder,


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


Holub, Adolph (3 December 1871 - 19??)



ADOLPH HOLUB, whose real estate, loan and insurance office is located in the Maibach Building on First Avenue, Wausau, West Side, has been a resident of this city for thirty years and has been interested in his present line since May, 1912. He was born on a farm in Manitowoc County, Wis., December 3, 1871, and is a son of John and Mary Holub.  

Adolph Holub remained on the home farm until he was eleven years old. His father, in the meanwhile had died in Manitowoc County some three years before. He then accompanied his mother in her removal to Wausau and here, after completing his period of school attendance, became a clerk in a general store and continued until 1906, when he went into the general store business as senior member of the firm of Holub & Fenhouse, which continued until he embarked in his present business. This line offers an excellent field for business, and he handles much property, makes investments, loans money and is agent for a number of old line insurance companies.  


In December, 1890, at Wausau, Mr. Holub was married to Miss Minnie Schroeder, and they have four children: Mary, Adolph, Delia, and Marvin. Mr. Holub belongs to the Modern Brotherhood of America, being president of the local lodge, and is identified also with the Modem Woodmen and the Owls. He has never been an ardent politician, but his good citizenship is above question.  



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