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Kelley Graham

Kelley Graham, American banker. Member Hoboken, New York and United States Chambers of Commerce, Association Reserve City Bankers, Society Colonial Wars, Pilgrims Society, St. Nicholas Society New York.

Background

  • Graham, Kelley was born on January 3, 1889 in Austin, Texas, United States. Son of Lucien and Katherine Elizabeth (Field) Graham.

  • Education

    • Graduate Ogden College, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 1907. Student of University Virginia.

    Career

    • With First National Bank, Louisville, 1908. Vice president, Irving National Bank (now Irving Trust Company), New York City, 1919-1923, president, director, First National Bank Jersey City, 1925-1949, Chairman of the Board, 1949-1954. Trustee in dissolution, Hoboken Land & Improvement Company.

      Director, member Executive Committee and finance committee, Firemen’s Insurance Company Newark, Commercial Insurance Company, Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Company New York. Director New Jersey Investment Company. Director, member Executive Committee, Hackensack Water Company.

      Director Spring Valley Water Company Director Jersey City Chamber of Commerce, New Jersey State Chamber of Commerce.

    Religion

    Denomination: Episcopalian

    Membership

    Member Hoboken, New York and United States Chambers of Commerce, Association Reserve City Bankers, Society Colonial Wars, Pilgrims Society, St. Nicholas Society New York. Clubs: Church, Down Town Association, Union (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Valerie Atherton, October 14, 1914. Children: John MacDougall Atherton, Mary Goodenow.
    • father: Lucien Graham
    • mother: Katherine Elizabeth (Field) Graham
    • spouse: Valerie Atherton
    • children: John MacDougall Atherton Graham
    • Mary Goodenow Graham
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    Born January 3, 1889
    Died March 4, 1962
    (aged 73)
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