Theodore Dammann

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Politician; Secretary of State of Wisconsin

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According to Wikipedia, Theodore Dammann was a politician from the U.S. state of Wisconsin. He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on November 4, 1869. The son of a Lutheran pastor, he attended Concordia College, at the time located in Milwaukee, now known as Concordia University Wisconsin, located in Mequon, Wisconsin. He served as that state's twenty-third Secretary of State, serving six terms from January 3, 1927 to January 2, 1939. For his first four terms he was a Republican and served under governors Fred R. Zimmerman, Walter J. Kohler, Sr., Philip La Follette and Albert G. Schmedeman. For his second two terms he was a Progressive and served once again under Governor Philip La Follette.

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