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Henry Atwood

Henry Atwood, American banker. Member Federal Advisory Council.; Served as captain Cavalry, United States Army, World War I.


  • Atwood, Henry was born on November 22, 1892 in Keeseville, New York, United States. Son of John N. and Harriet (Jocelyn) Atwood.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth, 1913. A.M., Harvard, 1914.


    • Instructor in French, Syracuse (New York) U., 1914, University of Minnesota, 1915-1917. Investment business, Minneapolis, 1919-1924. Bond officer Minneapolis Trust Company, 1924-1933.

      Vice president First National Bank of Minneapolis, 1933-1936, president, since 1945, also director. Vice president B. F. Nelson Manufacturing Company, Minneapolis, 1936-1945. Vice-president, director First Bank Stock Corporation.

      Director First Service Corporation, B. F. Nelson Manufacturing Company, 1st Bancredit Corporation, N.W. Fire & Marine Insurance Company, N.W. National Life Insurance Company, Soo Line Railroad Company, Minneapolis & Eastern Railway (president). Trustee Minneapolis Foundation. Director, member Executive Committee Minnesota Community Research Council, Inc.


    Member Federal Advisory Council. Served as captain Cavalry, United States Army, World War I. Clubs: Minneapolis, Minikahda (Minneapolis).


    • Married Marion Woodward, June 19, 1917. Children: John A., Roger W., Carol (Mistress Harvey N. Daniels).
    • father: John N. Atwood
    • mother: Harriet (Jocelyn) Atwood
    • spouse: Marion Woodward
    • children: John A. Atwood
    • Roger W. Atwood
    • Carol Atwood (Mistress Harvey N. Daniels)
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    Born November 22, 1892
    Died August 27, 1950
    (aged 57)