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Donald Johnson Hardenbrook

Donald Johnson Hardenbrook, American investment banker. Member of President’s Committee on Youth Employment. President, Keep American Beautiful, Inc.; Served as ensign United States Naval Reserve Force, 1917-1919.; Member N.A.M. (president 1962, Chairman of the Board 1963, chairman of the executive committee 1964), New York Chamber of Commerce (Executive Committee).; Club: Merchants (New York City).

Background

  • Hardenbrook, Donald Johnson was born on February 10, 1896 in Jamaica, New York, United States.

  • Education

    • Student Jamaica Normal School, 1902-1911. Polytech. Preparatory School, Brooklyn, 1911-1915.

    Career

    • With Atlas Portland Cement County, New York City, 1915-1917. Ship broker, 1919-1920. President American International Shipping Company, First National Bank New York, 1920-1921, investment banker, manager Taylor Ewart & County, New York office, and partner Harrison, Smith & Company, 1921-1929.

      President American International Securities Corporation, 1929-1932. Member New York Stock Exchange, 1933-1943. Assistant to president Union Bag-Camp Paper Corporation, New York C., 1942-1945, vice president, 1945-1962.

      Chairman American Creosoting Corporation, 1961-1962. Investment banker; a founder, chairman Institute Applied Econometrics.

    Membership

    Member of President’s Committee on Youth Employment. President, Keep American Beautiful, Inc. Served as ensign United States Naval Reserve Force, 1917-1919.

    Member N.A.M. (president 1962, Chairman of the Board 1963, chairman of the executive committee 1964), New York Chamber of Commerce (Executive Committee). Club: Merchants (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Helen Vinson, December 20, 1946. Children (by previous marriage): Marilyn A., Hope (Mistress.
    • spouse: Helen Vinson
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    Born February 10, 1896
    Died July 5, 1976
    (aged 80)
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