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Albert Morton Creighton

Albert Morton Creighton was American banker. Member War Service Committee for shoe manufacturing industry, World World War World War II Former vice-president, director National Boot and Shoe Manufacturers Association; member Newcomen Society.

Background

  • Creighton, Albert Morton was born on September 6, 1878 in Lynn, Massachusetts, United States. Son of George Alexander and Ella (Morton) Creighton.

  • Education

    • Educated private schools.

    Career

    • Shoe manufacturer, as A.M. Creighton, 1906-1928. Retired; former Chairman, Board Of Directors Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. Director John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company.

      Chairman, member N.E. District Recovery Board, N.R.A. Appointed by Wm. Knudsen co-ordinator Defense for New England, 1940.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member War Service Committee for shoe manufacturing industry, World World War World War II Former vice-president, director National Boot and Shoe Manufacturers Association. Member Newcomen Society. Clubs: Union, Algonquin, Tedesco, Yeamans Hall, East Asiatic, Harvard Travelers.

    Connections

    • Married Margaret Abbott, 1906. Children: Margaret, Constance, George Abbott, Albert Morton.
    • father: George Alexander Creighton
    • mother: Ella (Morton) Creighton
    • spouse: Margaret Abbott
    • children: Margaret Creighton
    • Constance Creighton
    • George Abbott Creighton
    • Albert Morton Creighton
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    Born September 6, 1878
    Died June 28, 1966
    (aged 87)
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