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William A. Beurhaus

1949 - 1936

 

Beurhaus-Gloger Shirtwaist Factory

 

200 E Main

1887

William A. Beurhaus Store, street scene

 

1903

09 02

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Harry A. Beurhaus and Gustav E. Gloger have purchased the general merchandise stock of William A. Beurhaus at 200 Main Street, and have already taken charge of the business.  This is one of the best stands in the city, and Mr. Beurhaus has always enjoyed an excellent trade there.  His successors are two of Watertown's best-known young businessmen, and their well known honorable manner of dealing with the trading public bespeaks for them success in their business.  Just now they are offering great bargains to reduce their present stock, and in a short time they will have a large stock of all the latest in fall goods.  Success to the new firm.

 

1909

02 19     William A. Beurhaus very hospitably entertained the directors and officers of the Merchants National Bank and representatives of the Wisconsin National Bank and Bank of Watertown last Monday evening at his home in honor of his birthday anniversary.  A pleasing feature of the evening's entertainment was the surprise given the gentlemen present when at about 10 o'clock their wives entered in a body to join in the festivities.  Mrs. Beurhaus had arranged this feature of Mr. Beurhaus' anniversary celebration unknown to him.  All present had a thorough good time, Mr. Bearhaus and his amiable wife proving most excellent entertainers.  It was Mr. Beurhaus' 60th birthday anniversary.    WG

 

Oak Hill Cemetery burials:

Beurhaus, Henry A., b. Sep 27, 1878, d. Jan 14, 1962

Beurhaus, William A., b. Feb 15, 1849, d. Jan 29, 1936

 

 

Cross-References:

No 1:  (no link) 1895 Picture of Beurhaus-Gloger Shirtwaist Factory on corner of Main and Second.  Images of America - Watertown, Wisconsin: 1836-1936, p 79.

No 2:  Beurhaus and Gloger, on 1941 Watertown Church Census listing

No 3:  Watertown Daily Times column on topic [WHS_005_235].  Many of the orders were sent to William Beurhaus, 200 Main St., who apparently handled the shipping and marketing for farmers.