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Charles Revell Holden

Charles Revell Holden, American lawyer, banker. Member Illinois State and Chicago bar associations Trustee University of Chicago (honorary). Ex-president Chicago Crime Commission; member senior council Chicago Association Committee.

Background

  • Holden, Charles Revell was born on January 9, 1871 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of William Hiram and Sarah J. (Revell) Holden.

  • Education

    • Descendant of one of original proprs. of Groton, Massachusetts, from Sussex, England, 1630. Bachelor of Arts Yale, 1892. Student Northwestern University Law School.

    Career

    • 1 son, William H. T. Student with law firm of Moran, Kraus & Mayer. Admitted to bar, 1893. Began as clerk Moran, Kraus & Mayer, admitted as junior partner, 1899.

      Withdrew, 1900, with Adolf Kraus, to form firm of Kraus & Hohlen, which changed, 1901, on admission of Samuel Alschuler, to Kraus, Alschuler & Holden, entered Union Trust Company, 1914, as vice-president and counsel. Later vice president First National Bank until 1936. Now engaged in scientific research in California.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Membership

    Member Illinois State and Chicago bar associations Trustee University of Chicago (honorary). Ex-president Chicago Crime Commission. Member senior council Chicago Association Committee.

    Connections

    • Married Mertie Towne, December 1893. Married second, Cora Eaton, August 12, 1901.
    • father: William Hiram Holden
    • mother: Sarah J. (Revell) Holden
    • spouses: Mertie Towne
    • Cora Eaton
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    Born January 9, 1871
    Died 1942
    (aged 70)
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