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Henry A. Gunderson

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Henry A. Gunderson
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Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin
Former officeholder
In office
1936 – October 16, 1937
PartyPopulist
Education
Bachelor'sUniversity of Wisconsin
J.D.Columbia University
Personal
Birthday1878
Place of birthColumbia County, Wisconsin
ProfessionAttorney
Henry A. Gunderson (1878 – 1940) served as Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor from 1936 – October 16, 1937. He resigned to accept an appointment from Governor Philip La Follette to an eight-year term as a member of the state tax commission. He was a member of the Populist Party.[1] Gunderson previously served as the district attorney for Columbia County. Gunderson died of a heart attack in 1940.[2]

Education

  • B.A.: University of Wisconsin; 1900
  • J.D.: Columbia University in New York; 1903[2]

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Preceded by
Thomas J. O’Malley
Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor
1936–1937
Succeeded by
Herman L. Ekern