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PULS, Alfred. (Mar. 2, 1883--Dubuque, IA, Apr. 11, 1991). Poet and Dubuque County's oldest citizen. In January 1968, the [[TELEGRAPH HERALD]] published Puls' "Sidewalks of Dubuque." The commentary, written in response to an action of the Dubuque City Council, launched the writer on a widely recognized life of editorial comment on a variety of topics including the [[VIETNAM WAR]] and legalized bingo.  
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PULS, Alfred. (Mar. 2, 1883--Dubuque, IA, Apr. 11, 1991). In January 1968, the [[TELEGRAPH HERALD]] published Puls' "Sidewalks of Dubuque." The commentary, written in response to an action of the Dubuque City Council, launched the writer on a widely recognized life of editorial comment on a variety of topics including the [[VIETNAM WAR]] and legalized bingo.  
  
 
A salesman for 44 years at Buettel Brothers in Dubuque, Puls held membership in the Masonic Lodge for 77 years and the United Commercial Travelers business association for 67 years.
 
A salesman for 44 years at Buettel Brothers in Dubuque, Puls held membership in the Masonic Lodge for 77 years and the United Commercial Travelers business association for 67 years.
  
 
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[[Category: Writer]]

Latest revision as of 12:32, 9 August 2018

PULS, Alfred. (Mar. 2, 1883--Dubuque, IA, Apr. 11, 1991). In January 1968, the TELEGRAPH HERALD published Puls' "Sidewalks of Dubuque." The commentary, written in response to an action of the Dubuque City Council, launched the writer on a widely recognized life of editorial comment on a variety of topics including the VIETNAM WAR and legalized bingo.

A salesman for 44 years at Buettel Brothers in Dubuque, Puls held membership in the Masonic Lodge for 77 years and the United Commercial Travelers business association for 67 years.