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Transcribed biography of William Kolling

WILLIAM KOLLING, D. D. S. - Prominent in the practice of dentistry in Hammond and generally appreciated as one who observes the best ethics of his profession, the subject of this sketch was born in Schererville, Indiana, on June 28, 1894, the son of Adam and Theresa Kolling, both of whom were natives of Schererville. Doctor Kolling attended the grade schools of his native town and Valparaiso High School, after which he entered Dixon College. Following this he became a law stenographer, and left this pursuit to enter the educational field as a teacher at Leel, North Dakota, where he served two years as principal. Shortly after the United States entered the World war he enlisted at Ft. Benjamin Harrison as a student in the Officers' Training Corps. On the expiration of his military service he entered Northwestern Dental College where he graduated in 1923. Shortly thereafter he established his practice in Hammond where he has been successfully engaged since that time. Doctor Kolling is a member of the Northwest Indiana and American Dental Societies, and is also a member of the Moose and Eagles.

Source: Cannon, Thomas H., H. H. Loring, and Charles J. Robb. 1927. History of the Lake and Calumet Region of Indiana Embracing the Counties of Lake, Porter and Laporte. Volume II. Indianapolis, Indiana: Historians' Association. 827 p.
Page(s) in Source: 675

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