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I do not know if this would be helpful to you, but a Frederick Boldenweck is mentioned in '*Who's Who in Chicago' 1931; 'merchant; April 14,1842-September 30,1929. See Who's Who in Chicago,1926.'

  • 'The Book of Chicagoans' was first published in 1905. The title was changed to 'Who's Who in Chicago' with the publication of the edition of 1926.
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