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This article was published in 1891.
647 articles were published that year.

This article has a primary subject code of "Craft" (I D 2 a 2).
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  • Abendpost -- January 05, 1891
    [German Waiter's Union]

    The Old German Waiter Lodge, held their general meeting yesterday, at the same time an officers' election took place at 133 N. Clark Street.

    The wealth of the Union at the present time is $1545.90. This money is entrusted to the well known owner, W. H. Jung, 106 Randolph Street.

    To sick members the Union paid last year $275. Considering that the Union has only a member ship of fifty-five members it was felt that the Union was progressive as well as successful in its activities.

    The officers election gave the following results: Pres. Henry Ulrich; Vice Pres. W. H. Jung; Treasurer Robert Biegel; Fin. Sec. Fritz Heuber; Rec. Sec. Fritz Boehm; Finance Committee Aug. Muessingbroodt, Will Suhr and George Rowe.

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