W.E. Vilmer, photographer of high rank, began his business in 1886, at Crown Point, where he is still located. He is a member of both the National and State Associations of Photographers, and also of the Indiana Art League. He has just been elected president to the State Association, in which he previously served three years as its secretary.
In 1904 he was commissioned by a Pennsylvania art concern to go to Indianapolis and make a series of photographs of Vice-President Fairbanks. He is owner and publisher of several copyrighted pictures sold extensively in the art stores of the country, and is possessor of numerous medals given by both the State and National Associations.