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Harold Mcmillan Bixby

Harold Mcmillan Bixby, American banker. Member Psi Upsilon.


  • Bixby, Harold Mcmillan was born on June 16, 1890 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Son of William Keeney and Lillian (Tuttle) Bixby.

  • Education

    • Graduate Smith Academy, St. Louis, 1909. Bachelor of Science, Amherst, 1913.


    • Clerk National Bank of Commerce, St. Louis, 1913-1915. Assistant to president Missouri Portland Cement Company, 1915-1917. President Automatic Appliance Company, 1919-1920.

      Vice president State National Bank, 1920-1929. President St. Louis Aviation Corporation from 1929. Director Mississippi Valley Trust Company, Lambert Pharmacal Company, Central States Life Insurance Company, Transcontinental Air Transport Company, Detroit Aircraft Corporation, Missouri Portland Cement Company, Emerson Electric Manufacturing Company, Corneli Seed Company.

      Enlisted United States Navy Aviation Ground School, Boston, April 1918. Flying service at Akron, O. One of Charles A. Lindbergh’s principal backers for flight across Atlantic, 1927, and responsible for naming his plane the “Spirit of St. Louis.” President St. Louis Chamber Commerce, 1927-1928.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Denomination: Conglist


    Member Psi Upsilon.; Clubs: Missouri Athletic, Noonday, St. Louis Country.


    • Married Elizabeth Case, of St. Children: Frances Cushing, Elizabeth McMillan, Catherine Whittemore, Hebe Wise.
    • father: William Keeney Bixby
    • mother: Lillian (Tuttle) Bixby
    • spouse: Elizabeth Case
    • children: Frances Cushing Bixby
    • Elizabeth McMillan Bixby
    • Catherine Whittemore Bixby
    • Hebe Wise Bixby
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