The lead sponsor of the LGBT film fest is also an Uihlein and Vogel, with an Eschweiler-designed home.
By Michael Horne
Oct 13, 2013
What is it about certain Milwaukeeans these days that make them so willing to open their homes for good causes? We have seasonal events like the annual Milwaukee Breast Cancer Showhouse, a House Confidential honoree, for example, [Story] and a number of others where Milwaukeeans throw open the doors for charity.
This is not like the old days when folks like Mrs. Gustave Pabst of Terrace Avenue might only have a social equal like Mrs. August Uihlein come over from Lake Drive for a charity tea. Yes, that was a very exclusive time for Milwaukee’s wealthy. Still, the union of those two prominent and philanthropic Milwaukee brewing families did, we’re happy to say, lead eventually to the birth of this week’s House Confidential honoree, Joseph R. “Joe” Pabst...
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