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Charles Foster Glore

Charles Foster Glore, American investment banker. member Executive Committee, director Continental Assurance Company, Continental Casualty Company, Libby, McNeil & Libby, Stewart-Warner Corporation; Served as major Infantry, attached to General Staff, 1st Army Advertising Educational Foundation, World War I. Trustee The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, St. Luke’s Hospital; Member Delta Kappa Epsilon.

Background

  • Glore, Charles Foster was born on November 16, 1887 in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, United States. Son of Charles B. and Laura (MacAdams) Glore.

  • Education

    • Student Lewis Institute, Chicago, 1905-1908, University of Chicago, 1910. Ellen Josephine Hixon, September 11, 1915.

    Career

    • Identified with banking business in Chicago, since 1910. Partner Glore, Forgan & Company, offices Chicago and New York City. Chairman of the executive committee and director The Chicago Corporation, Anderson Prichard Oil Corporation.

      Member Executive Committee, director Continental Assurance Company, Continental Casualty Company, Libby, McNeil & Libby, Stewart-Warner Corporation. Director The Englander Company, Inc., Studebaker Corporation, Spiegel, Inc.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member Executive Committee, director Continental Assurance Company, Continental Casualty Company, Libby, McNeil & Libby, Stewart-Warner Corporation. Served as major Infantry, attached to General Staff, 1st Army Advertising Educational Foundation, World War I. Trustee The Art Institute of Chicago Chicago, St. Luke’s Hospital. Member Delta Kappa Epsilon.

    Clubs: Attic Chicago, Commercial, Old Elm, Onwentsia, Shoreacres.

    Connections

    • Children: Frances Hixon (Mistress.
    • father: Charles B. Glore
    • mother: Laura (MacAdams) Glore
    • child: Frances Hixon (Mrs Glore
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    Died October 6, 1950
    (aged 62)
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