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MAISON, KARL:

Bavarian merchant, manufacturer and deputy; born in Oberdorf, Württemberg, Sept. 18, 1840; died in Munich Sept. 29, 1896. He was educated at the primary and Latin schools at Oberdorf, and received a business training at Offenbach-on-the-Main. When Maison attained his twenty-fourth year he became a partner in the firm of A. Maison, established in Munich. In 1871 Maison was appointed a "Commerzienrat" and became a member of the Upper Bavarian Chamber of Commerce and Manufacture in 1875. Subsequently he was elected a director of that body and chosen Danish and Swedish-Norwegian consul. Maison represented Munich in the Chamber of Deputies from 1887 to 1896.

Bibliography:
  • Bettelheim, Biog. Jahrbuch, 1900, pp. 40*, 41*.
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