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Memorable Manitobans: Adolph Vincent Maurer (1871-?)

Click to enlargeReal estate and financial broker.

Born New York City, 26 December 1871, son of Jacob and Christina Maurer. Educated public schools, United States. Came to Manitoba, 1892. Began career as builder, Winnipeg. 1900; in real estate business as partner, Willoughby & Maurer, 1905-1910; engaged in present business under firm name of Maurer & Wilde, 1910. Married Lydia Keichle, North Dakota, 1890; has one son and five daughters. Club and Society: Automobile; COF. Recreation: motoring. Liberal; Methodist. Address: 332 Manitoba Avenue, Winnipeg.

In 1911, Maurer was a partner in the firm of Maurer and Wilde, 901 McArthur Building, Winnipeg.

Sources:

Who’s Who in Western Canada: A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Men and Women of Western Canada, Volume 1, 1911. C. W. Parker, editor. Canadian Press Association, Vancouver.

Page revised: 24 October 2008

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