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Harry Leavenworth Stanton

Harry Leavenworth Stanton, American banker. Member Detroit Board of Commerce.; Club: Detroit.

Background

  • Stanton, Harry Leavenworth was born on August 28, 1875 in Sheridan, Michigan, United States. Son of Charles Hamilton and Cornelia Henrietta (Leavenworth) Stanton.

  • Education

    • Educated Lansing (Michigan) High School.

    Career

    • With E. Bements Sons, manufacturers agricultural implements and stoves, Lansing, 1894-1904, advancing to traffic manager. Sales manager and general manager same company and Central Implement Company, and The Lansing Company, 1904-1907. General manager Glaziers Stove Company, Chelsea, Michigan, 1907-1909, Chelsea Stove Company, 1909-1911.

      Treasurer Grant & Wood Manufacturing Company, Chelsea Ball Company and others, 1911-1913. Comptroller Abbott Detroit Motor Car Company, 1913. Manager Michigan Buggy Company, 1914.

      With Detroit Trust Company 1915-1945, assistant secretary until 1917, vice president until 1945, now retired. Chairman board Calaveras Land & Timber Company. Director W.H. Edgar & Company, Edgar Sugar House.

    Works

    • Contributor on trust company administration.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member Detroit Board of Commerce. Club: Detroit.

    Connections

    • Married Grace Darrin Alsdorf, November 22, 1899. Children: Charles Frederick, Harry Leavenworth, Edward Hamilton.
    • father: Charles Hamilton Stanton
    • mother: Cornelia Henrietta (Leavenworth) Stanton
    • spouse: Grace Darrin Alsdorf
    • children: Charles Frederick Stanton
    • Harry Leavenworth Stanton
    • Edward Hamilton Stanton
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    Born August 28, 1875
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