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George Weiler, WSA President, 1937 - 1947

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George Weiler, WSA President, 1937 - 1947

George was the organizer and leader of the Hungarian societies in Milwaukee. In 1934, he received a Distinguish Service Medal from the Hungarian consul at the Republican Hotel, Chicago, IL on November 27th.

George was a designer of women's fashions. He cam to the United States in 1909. He was known as an inventor of the Weiler cutting system, the four way sprinkling system, the steam brush, a gumtape machine and several other devices in general use in his profession. In 1934, his latest invention was a built in wall range.

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