Papers of a Republican assemblyman (1957-1964) from Monticello, Wisconsin, including: speeches, 1933-1962; prayers used to open Assembly sessions in 1961; a transcription and one original page of a minute book, 1892-1920, of the Monticello Fire Department in which Stauffer was active for many years; and a scrapbook, ca. 1910-1963, containing clippings, photographs, and memorabilia concerning Stauffer's political career, his work as a blacksmith, his years as Fire Chief in Monticello, Wis., activities as a Mason, and a small amount of material about the German Reformed Church of which he was a member. The photographs are mounted on pages removed from the scrapbook and include images of his blacksmith shop and the Monticello Fire Department.
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