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Henry Atwood

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

Background

  • 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.

    Career

    • 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.

    Membership

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

    Connections

    • 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)
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