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Henry Selden Kingman

Henry Selden Kingman, American banker. Member National Association Mutual Savings Banks (president 1949), American Bankers Association (president savings div. 1934).

Background

  • Kingman, Henry Selden was born on December 25, 1893 in Minneapolis. Son of Joseph R. and Mabel (Selden) Kingman.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, Amherst College, 1915. Student school business administration, Harvard, 1915-1916.

    Career

    • August 1968); children—Henry Selden, Woodward, Helen W. (Mistress David R. West, Junior). District sales manager Russell Miller Milling Company, Minneapolis, 1919-1926. Secretary Farmer’s & Mechanics Savings Bank, Minneapolis, 1926-1932, treasurer, 1932-1939, president, 1939-1957, chairman board, 1957-1968, also trustee.

      Trustee Mutual Life Insurance Company New York. Director General Mills, Inc., 1946-1966, Soo Line R.R. Trustee Dunwoody Industrial Institute, Minneapolis, Amherst College. Vice chairman International Thrift Institute, Netherlands, 1950-1960.

      Trustee, president General Mills Foundation, 1954-1966. Trustee Minneapolis Foundation. Trustee, vice president Minnesota Community Research Council.

    Membership

    Member National Association Mutual Savings Banks (president 1949), American Bankers Association (president savings div. 1934).; Clubs: Minneapolis.

    Connections

    • Married Josephine M. Woodward, June 4, 1921 (deceased. Children: Henry Selden, Woodward, Helen W. (Mistress.
    • father: Joseph R. Kingman
    • mother: Mabel (Selden) Kingman
    • spouse: Josephine M. Woodward
    • children: Henry Selden Kingman
    • Woodward Kingman
    • Helen W. (Mrs Kingman
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    Born December 25, 1893
    Died December 12, 1968
    (aged 74)
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