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Arthur Brewster Lawrence

Arthur Brewster Lawrence, American banker. Served as captain Universal Service Administrative Company, 1917-1919.; Member New York Chamber of Commerce, Suffolk County Antiquities Society, Americans Armorial Ancestry. Colonial Lords of Manners.

Background

  • Lawrence, Arthur Brewster was born on September 6, 1886 in Smithtown, Long Island, New York, United States. Son of Charles Embree and Julia (Strong) Lawrence.

  • Education

    • Student Friends Academy. Graduate Bryant Stratton Business College, 1904.

    Career

    • Associate Ingersoll Sergeant Drill Company (consolidated into Ingersoll Rand Company), 1905, assistant manager pneumatic tool department, 1907-1909, assistant manager Boston office, 1909-1910. Handled family estate, 1910-1914. Associate F. S. Smithers & Company, 1914-1921, member firm.

      1921-1939, senior partner, since 1939. Board of directors Continental Oil Company. New York City; director Consolidated Electronics Industries Corporation (New York City), 417 Park Avenue Corporation (New York City), Hayes Industries, Inc.

      (Jackson, Michigan).

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Religion

    Denomination: Presbyn

    Membership

    Served as captain Universal Service Administrative Company, 1917-1919. Member New York Chamber of Commerce, Suffolk County Antiquities Society, Americans Armorial Ancestry. Colonial Lords of Manners.

    Clubs: Racquet and Tennis, The River, Metropolitan, India House (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Gertrude Fellow Foos, December 6, 1913. Children: Arthur Brewster, Carteret.
    • father: Charles Embree Lawrence
    • mother: Julia (Strong) Lawrence
    • spouse: Gertrude Fellow Foos
    • children: Arthur Brewster Lawrence
    • Carteret Lawrence
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