Centennial History of Cincinnati and Representative Citizens Volume 2
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ... this and in many other municipalities. On June I. 1893. Mr. Munster entered into partnership with Allen W. Dunning, formerly auditor and treasurer of the Cleveland, Akron & Columbus Railroad. Mr. Munster has won the deserved confidence of the business world and enjoys a position of supremacy in his chosen profession. _ Mr. Munster is a stockholder, director and secretary of The Iulian & Kohenge Company, manufacturers of shoes. and also of The Overman 81 Schrader Cordage Company, both of which are among the largest manufacturing concerns in this vicinity. Mr. Munster was married on March 16, 1872, to Catherine Layman, and a family of six children have been born to, them, namely: Clara, Edwin, Oliver, Bessie, Howard and Garrell. The family are identified with the Methodist Episcopal Church. CHARLES B. WILBY. CHARLES B. WILBY, a member of the Hamilton County bar and formerly a member of the law firm of Wilby & Wald, has othces in the Blymyer Building in Cincinnati and practices in all the courts. He was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, July 8, 1849, and is a son of Joseph H. and Mary (Hinman) VVilby. His father was a prominent business man of the city, the founder of the firm of Rawson, Wilby & Company, which was well known from 1850 to 1866. Charles B. Wilby received his early education in private schools, in Chickering Institute, and as a student under Professor Bliss. He then attended Harvard University from which he was graduated in 1870. He entered upon the study of the law and in 1872 was graduated fromthe Cincinnati Law School, having received instruction under such distinguished men as Hon. Aaron Fyfe Perry, who was then a member of the firm of Perry & Jenney. After his graduation, Mr. 'Vilby taught school for two...
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