Bio: Kebler, S. H.

Contact: Janet Schwarze.

----Source: 1881 History of Northern Wisconsin, page 1029.

Biographical Sketch of S. H. Kebler.

S. H. KEBLER, Postmaster and merchant, Medford, was born in Ogdensburg, St. Lawrence Co., N. Y., April 3, 1851. In 1868 he was employed in a store in Chicago, but after the great fire he left for Grand Haven, Mich., where he went into business with his brother. On the death of his brother, he went to Chilton, Wis., and later to Oshkosh, where he kept books. He then came to Medford, where he clerked in the Medford House. In 1876 he was appointed Under Sheriff, and before the expiration of his service he received the appointment of Postmaster, with which he combined the business of stationery. He now has a stock of $1,500 and a business of $15,000 a year. In 1874 he married Miss Emma J. Harsh, of Stockbridge, Wis. They have had two children—Gracie May, deceased, and Harry B. Mr. Keeler belongs to the A. O. U. W. and the I. O.O. F. and the Temple of Honor. His father was a Representative in 1875.



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