Levi M. Hubbell

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This article is about the Iowa legislator. For the Wisconsin jurist, see Levi Hubbell.

Levi M. Hubbell (July 14, 1826 – December 23, 1910) was an American businessman and politician.

Born in Fairfield County, Connecticut, Hubbell was educated at the Oneida Institute; he then moved to Bradford, Iowa in Chickasaw County, Iowa, in 1859, where he worked in business. Then he moved to Winneshiek County, Iowa where he farmed and finally moved to Waukon, Iowa in 1879 where he died. Hubbell served in the Iowa House of Representatives 1880-1884.[1][2]