Major Louis M. Ullman of New Haven Dies at 62
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Major Louis M. Ullman of New Haven Dies at 62

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(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

Major Louis M. Ullman, manufacturer and recognized leader of the Republican Party in New Haven, died this morning at his home on Livingstone street. He had been in ill health for two years. His condition became hopeless on Wednesday. He was 62 years old.

Major Ullman was one of the owners of the Strouse-Adler Company and a leader in civic enterprises as well as in local and State politics. For years he had been political manager for Congressman John Q. Tilson, now floor leader of the House of Representatives.

He had served on the staffs of Governors Lilley and Weeks. For many years he headed the Executive Committee of the Young Men’s Republican Club.

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