Among the younger class of farmers whose honest, earnest efforts are
counting for the advancement of the agricultural interests of Northville
township, LaSalle county, is the subject of this sketch, Harley G. Hupp, son
of George C. Hupp, a highly respected citizen of this county, whose
biographical sketch appears in this work.
Harley G. Hupp was born in Serena township, this county, December 25, 1867, and was reared on his father's farm, having the advantage of a liberal education. After completing his studies in the district school he was for a time a student in the Normal School at Geneseo, Illinois, and
later took a commercial course in Bryant & Stratton's Business College at Chicago. Since leaving school he has been successfully engaged in farming in Northville township and is classed with the prosperous young farmers of his vicinity. Like his father, Mr. Hupp is a Republican.
Mr. Hupp was married February 12, 1896, to Miss Effie M. Nichols, a native of Niagara county, New York. To them two children have been born — Russel N. (deceased) and Earl Wesley.
Extracted 19 Dec 2018 by Norma Hass from Biographical and Genealogical Record of LaSalle County, Illinois, published in 1900, volume 2, pages 557-558.