Gussenhoven, Walter

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Walter Gussenhoven, Chicago manager Revere Rubber Company;

born in: Laramie, Wyoming, on Thursday, January 25, 1877;

son of: Walter Gussenhoven2 and Mary Gussenhoven, nee: Mary Van Doormolen

education: public schools, Laramie, Wyoming and New York City;

married: Maude Gussenhoven, nee: Maude Howard, of Fox Lake, Illinois, on Saturday, December 24, 1904;

son: Howard Gussenhoven.

In employ of a carriage manufacturing establishment, 1892-9;

then became connected in New York City with Revere Rubber Company, of Boston, Massachusetts, continuing until 1899;

removed to Chicago for the company, 1902, and has been manager at Chicago since the fall of 1915.

Member: Illinois Manufacturers' Association, Chicago Association of Commerce.

Republican.

Presbyterian.

Mason Knights Templar, Shriner.

Club: Hamilton Club.

Recreations: fishing, motoring.

Office: 158 W. Lake St.

Home: 6559 N. Bosworth Avenue, 1917, 1919.

Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1917; Rogers Park Directory, 1919, page 32.