AS RECORDED IN:
COMMEMORATIVE BIOGRAPHICAL RECORD OF
TOLLAND AND WINDHAM COUNTIES CONNECTICUT.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF PROMINENT AND
REPRESENTATIVE CITIZENS AND OF MANY OF THE EARLY SETTLED FAMILIES
PUBLISHER: J.H.BEERS & CO., CHICAGO; 1903 P. 1261
LAUBSCHER, superintendent and
assistant to the manager of the P.O. Kellogg & Co., division of the U.S.
Envelope Co., at Springfield, Mass., is a native of Rockville, Tolland county,
having been born in that city March 26, 1866, a son of Abraham and Katharine
his boyhood days Mr. Laubscher attended the excellent schools of Rockville,
standing at the head of his classes, and giving to his studies that persevering
attention which later was to make of him one of Rockville's leading business
men. Before he was thirteen he
entered the high school, and for two years, notwithstanding his youth, lead in
all his studies. At this time his
school life ended, and he entered the employ of his father, keeping the books
and serving in other clerical capacities.
still in school, Mr. Laubscher amused himself during his leisure hours with a
small printing press, becoming quite proficient in its manipulation.
In the spring of 1882 he entered the employ of White, Corbin & Co.,
at Rockville, envelope manufacturers and printers, serving this firm four years
faithfully, finally rising to the position of foreman.
His next venture was as foreman of the Rockville Journal,
and there he remained until he entered the employ of the Morgan Envelope
Company, at Springfield, Mass., in February, 1889, as overseer of that
establishment, a position of great responsibility, requiring skill and
experience. In November, 1893, Mr.
Laubscher left this desirable position, to accept a still more responsible one,
as manager of the Phoenix Printing Company, at Springfield, Mass., where he
remained until September, 1895, when the P.P. Kellogg & Co. division of the
United States Envelope Company secured his services.
April 25, 1889, Mr. Laubscher was married in Rockville to Miss Adelaide Eliza
Rix, a native of Montville, Conn., a daughter of James and Martha (Keeney) Rix.
close attention to the details of his business, Mr. Laubscher has risen steadily
to his present position, from his boyhood inspiring confidence and respect, and
the success which has attended his efforts is due to his own ability, industry
and conscientious performance of his duty.
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