Queisser, Robert L.
The following data is extracted from The Book of Clevelanders, A Biographical Dictionary of Living Men of the City of Cleveland, Burrows Book Company, 1914.
Queisser, Robert L.; pres. The Queisser-Bliss Co.; born, Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 9, 1866; son of Julius and Caroline J. Schliobitz Queisser; educated, Indianapolis public and high schools; married, Springfield, 0., Nov. 24, 1887, Jessie L. Fried; two sons, Charles Fried, and Robert L., Jr.; regimental adjutant, 3rd Regiment Inf., 0. N. G.; battalion adjutant 7th Regiment Inf., 0. N. G.; captain commissary, 5th Regiment Inf., 0. N. G.; aide-de-camp on staff of Gov. Judson Harmon, four years; former pres. Chamber of Commerce, Zanesville; spent early life in railroad work, leaving a responsible position in the traffic department of The Baltimore & Ohio R. R., to become mgr. of The Ohio Press Prick Co., of Zanesville, one of the subsidiary companies of the Hydraulic Press Brick Co., of St. Louis, Mo.; remained with that company five years, when with William H. Hunt and C. A. Bliss, organized The Hunt-Queisser-Bliss Co., of Cleveland, and entered the brick and builders supply business; three years ago, acquired Mr. Hunt's interest in the Company, and the corporate name was changed to the Queisser-Bliss Co.; past pres. Brick Building Ass'n of America; sec'y Ohio Face Brick Manufacturing Ass'n; sec'y-treas. The Face Brick Dealer's Ass'n of America: pres. and mgr. The Queisser-Bliss Co.; Past Exalted Ruler, Springfield, O., Lodge, No. 51, B. P. O. Elks of the U. S.; member Emanuel Lodge, No. 505, F. & A. M.; McKinley Chapter. R. A. M., Past Grand Esteemed Leading Knight, B. P. O. Elks of the U. S.; Past Commander, Coeur de Lion Commandery, Knights Templar, Past Vice Regent Snark of Ohio Concatenated Order of Hoo Hoo; director International Ass'n of Rotary Clubs; pres. Cleveland Rotary Club, 1913; member Athletic, City Club, Masonic Club, Shaker Heights Country Club, Automobile Club, and member and director (1914) Chamber of Commerce, chairman membership committee of the Chamber; member Cleveland Builders' Exchange; associate member Cleveland Engineering Society.
Source: The Book of Clevelanders, A Biographical Dictionary of Living Men of the City of Cleveland, Burrows Book Company, 1914