Bio: Wilcox, Roy P. (1919)
Contact: mailto:stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Wilcox, Philipp, Tittemore

----Source: Wisconsin Blue Book (1919) page 471

ROY P. WILCOX (Rep.) was born in Eau Claire, June 30, 1373, was graduated from the public schools and high school of Eau Claire and Cornell University with the degree of L. L. B. in 1397, since when he has practiced law in Eau Claire. He was elected to the senate in 1916 and took a prominent part in the war session of the legislature in 1917 and was chairman of the interim committee on reconstruction and readjustment. During the war he took an active part in the various Win-the-War campaigns, touring the state with the Jackie band for three Liberty Loan campaigns. He was a candidate for the Republican nomination for governor in 1913, being defeated by 440 votes as follows: E. L. Philipp, 71,614; R. P. Wilcox, 71,174; J. N. Tittemore, 45,357.

 

 


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