Warren R. Smith
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Born in Oconto, Wisconsin, Smith taught school and was a real estate broker. He was elected State Treasurer of Wisconsin in 1946 serving until his death. His wife Dena A. Smith was appointed to succeed him.
- 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1956,' Biographical Sketch of Warren R. Smith, pg. 6
- 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1968,' Biographical Sketch of Dena A. Smith, pg. 6
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