William A. Titus

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William Albert Titus (August 30, 1868 – February 2, 1951) was an American businessman, educator, writer, historian, and politician.

Born in Empire, Wisconsin, Titus went to the University of Chicago and University of Wisconsin–Madison and taught high school. As a businessman, he helped organize a stone and lime company and a savings and loan company. Titus was a historian and writer and was involved with the Wisconsin Historical Society.[1] Titus served in the Wisconsin State Senate from 1921 to 1928.[1][2] He died in Fond du Lac, Wisconsin.[3][4]

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  1. ^ a b "William Titus, Former Wisconsin Historical Society Head, Dies". The La Crosse Tribune. February 4, 1951. p. 8. Retrieved March 5, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.  open access publication – free to read
  2. ^ 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1927,' Biographical Sketch of William A. Titus, p. 681
  3. ^ In Memoriam William Albert Titus
  4. ^ William A. Titus, Wisconsin Historical Society