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James Parker Nolan

James Parker Nolan, American investment banker. Decorated Knight Malta. Served as Lieutenant Tank Corps Advertising Educational Foundation, 1918-1919.; Member National Association Security Dealers (member board 1943-1946), Association Stock Exchange Firms (board 1948-1954), Investment Bankers Association, American, Delta Theta Phi.

Background

  • Nolan, James Parker was born on July 12, 1897 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Son of Walter and Mary (Parker) Nolan.

  • Education

    • Student, Georgetown Law School, 1917.

    Career

    • With unites states department State, 1919-1924, National City Company, 1924-1932. Formed Folger, Nolan & Company, 1932. President, treasurer Folger, from Nolan-Warner Bros.

      Hibbs & Company, Inc., Washington, 1953. President, treasurer, director Folger, Nolan, Fleming & Company, Inc., from 1962. Washington Stock Exchange, 1944-1945.

      Board of Governors New York Stock Exchange, 1958-1961. Allied member; associate member American Stock Exchange. Director Baltimore & O. Railroad Company Trustee Chestnut Lodge, Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland.

      Board directors Washington Institute Foreign Affairs.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Republican

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Served as Lieutenant Tank Corps Advertising Educational Foundation, 1918-1919. Member National Association Security Dealers (member board 1943-1946), Association Stock Exchange Firms (board 1948-1954), Investment Bankers Association, American, Delta Theta Phi. Clubs: The Brook (New York City).

    Connections

    • Married Ellen DuBose Ravenel Peelle, November 15, 1928 (divorced dec).; married Florence Wetherill Walker, December 9, 1978. Children: James Paker, Stanton Peelle, Gaillard Ravenel.
    • father: Walter Nolan
    • mother: Mary (Parker) Nolan
    • spouses: Ellen DuBose Ravenel Peelle
    • Florence Wetherill Walker
    • children: James Paker Nolan
    • Stanton Peelle Nolan
    • Gaillard Ravenel Nolan
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    Born July 12, 1897
    Died December 14, 1981
    (aged 84)
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