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Gustave Lehmann Levy

Gustave Lehmann Levy, American investment banker. Served lieutenant colonel United States Army Air Force, 1942-1945.

Background

  • Levy, Gustave Lehmann was born on May 10, 1910 in New Orleans. Son of Sigmund and Bella (Lehmann) Levy.

  • Education

    • Student Tulane University, 1927-1928, New York University, 1928-1932. Doctor of Laws, Syracuse University, Tulane University.

    Career

    • With Newborg & Company, 1928-1932. With Goldman, Sachs & Company, 1933-1976, partner, 1945-1969, senior partner, from 1969. Director New York Telephone Сompany, Diebold, Inc., Witco Chemical Company, May Department Stores Company, Deltec Pan American, S.A., Deltec International, Ltd., Foster Grant Company, Inc., Keebler Company, Ling-Temco-Vought, Inc., Maxwell laboratories, Inc., Samsonite Corporation, Studebaker-Worthington, Inc., Norton Simon, Inc., Patagonia Corporation, Talcott National Corporation, Technicon Corporation, Trans World Life Insurance Company New York, Weis Markets, Inc., Westmount Life Insurance Company.

      Trustee Bowery Savings Bank. Commissioner, Port of New York Authority, 1970-1976. Chairman Board of Governors New York Stock Exchange, 1967-1969.

      Member American Stock Exchange. President, Federation Jewish Philanthropies New York, 1957-1959. Chairman Mount Sinai Hospital and Medical Center, New York City, from 1962.

      Treasurer, Lincoln Center Performing Arts, Inc. Board visitors Tulane University. Board of Governors Tulane Medical Center.

      Board directors New York Urban Coalition.

    Works

    • Authority, 1970-1976. Chairman Board of Governors New York Stock Exchange, 1967-1969. Member American Stock Exchange.

      President, Federation Jewish Philanthropies New York, 1957-1959. Chairman Mount Sinai Hospital and Medical Center, New York City, from 1962. Treasurer, Lincoln Center Performing Arts, Inc.

      Board visitors Tulane University. Board of Governors Tulane Medical Center. Board directors New York Urban Coalition.

    Membership

    Served lieutenant colonel United States Army Air Force, 1942-1945. Clubs: Bond, Economic, Harmonie, Madison Square Garden (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Janet Wolf, March 7, 1934. Children: Peter A., Betty (Mistress.
    • father: Sigmund Levy
    • mother: Bella (Lehmann) Levy
    • spouse: Janet Wolf
    • children: Peter A. Levy
    • Betty (Mrs Levy
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    Born March 10, 1910
    Died November 3, 1976
    (aged 66)
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