Biography of ALFRED C. GROSVENOR
This biography appears on page 48 in
Wisconsin Blue Book (1940)
ALFRED C. GROSVENOR (Dem.), a native of Kenosha since his birth on September 8, 1888, received his education in the Kenosha Central High School and the Kenosha College of Commerce. After finishing his education, he was associated with his mother, the late Elizabeth Grosvenor, in a newspaper distributing, confectionery, and notions store. Later he operated a recreational parlor, and at present is engaged in the management of real estate. Mr. Grosvenor is a veteran of the World War. From 1921-22, he was a member of the city council, 1923-33, a member of the Kenosha County Board; 1927-29, the chairman of the latter; and since 1933 has been a member of the assembly. Mr. Grosvenor is also a member of the Kenosha Harbor Commission and the Kenosha Historical Society. Home Address: 5933-7th Avenue, Kenosha.
Kenosha County, first district: Second, third, fourth, eighth, ninth, tenth, and twelfth wards of the city of Kenosha. Resigned September 1. 1939.