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Glenn M. Wise

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Glenn Miller Wise (July 14, 1896, Wyocena, Wisconsin – September 24, 1991, Madison, Wisconsin) was a secretary, statistician, and Republican politician, who served as Wisconsin's first female Secretary of State from 1955 to 1957. Background She was born Glenn Miller on July 14, 1896, in Wyocena, and grew up in La Valle in Sauk County, daughter of country doctor W. J. Miller. She graduated from Reedsburg Area High School, then earned a B.A. at Milwaukee-Downer College in 1917, and an M.A. in economics at the University of Wisconsin in 1919. Career She was employed as a secretary in the Department of Economics of UW for two years, then went into business as the organizer and director of the Employment Exchange of the Washington School for Secretaries in Washington, D.C., before taking employment as a statistician at the University of Wisconsin. She was active in the Republican Party, being a particularly avid supporter of Wendell Willkie. O
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