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Trowbridge Callaway

Trowbridge Callaway, American investment banker. Decorated Cross of Polonia Restituta (Poland).


  • Callaway, Trowbridge was born on December 2, 1882 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Samuel Rodger and Elizabeth Jane (Ecclestone) Callaway.

  • Education

    • Graduated from St. Paul’s School, Concord, N.H., 1901. Bachelor of Arts, Harvard, 1905. Graduated from the United States School Military aeronautics, Princeton, New Jersey, 1918.


    • With Harvey, Fisk & Sons, bankers, New York City, 1905-1910. Member Callaway, Fish & Company, investment bankers since 1910, now partner. Partner, Dick & Merle-Smith, since 1945.

      President Nilfal Corporation. Chairman of the Board Laramie, North Park & Western R.R. Director and member Executive Committee Taylor Wharton Iron & Steel Company.

      Director National Air Transport Company President Better Business Bureau (New York.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Denomination: Presbyn


    Served as air pilot Signal corpus, United States army, 1918-1919. Appointed by United States Chamber of Commerce. Member advising committee to meet at Washington, on business conditions, 1929.

    President Investment Bankers Association American. Member of advisory council Institute International Finance. Member United States Army 2d Service Command Advisory Board, New York.

    Member A.D.; Club, Institute of 1770, Delta Kappa Epsilon. Clubs: University, Bankers, Harvard, Broad Street, Racquet and Tennis, Rockaway Hunting, Huntington Country (New York City).


    • Married Elsie MacIntosh Kellogg, October 20, 1908. Children: Elizabeth MacIntosh, Trowbridge, Samuel Rodger, John MacIntosh.
    • father: Samuel Rodger Callaway
    • mother: Elizabeth Jane (Ecclestone) Callaway
    • spouse: Elsie MacIntosh Kellogg
    • children: Elizabeth MacIntosh Callaway
    • Trowbridge Callaway
    • Samuel Rodger Callaway
    • John MacIntosh Callaway
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    Born December 2, 1882
    Died June, 1963
    (aged 80)