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Edward Dailey Levy

Edward Dailey Levy, oil industry executive. Club: Bankers (New York.

Background

  • Levy, Edward Dailey was born on October 16, 1879 in Paris, Texas, United States. Son of Henry and Clara (Marx) Levy.

  • Education

    • Educational public schools.

    Career

    • Stenographer, clerk, various Southern rys., 1898-1906. With St. Louis&San Francisco Railway, 1906-1918, successively assistant superintendent car service, superintendent transportation, assistant general manager, general manager and 2d vice president (all Springfield, Missouri), until 1917. 1st vice-president and director same, at St. Louis, 1917-1918.

      On staff Admiral F. T. Bowles of Emergency Fleet Corporation, as special transportation, stores and material expert, February-May 1918. Assistant to president American International Shipbldg. Corporation, Hog Island, Pennsylvania, 1918-1920.

      President International Products County, New York, also Compania Internacional de Productos, 1920-1925. President Pierce Petroleum Corporation, St. Louis, 1925-1930. President Fisk Rubber Corporation, Fisk Tire Company, Federal Rubber Company, Badger Rubber Works and Fisk Tire Export Company, 1933-1936.

      President Sloane-Blabon Corporation, 1936-1939. President Smoking Pipes, Inc., Paterson, New Jersey, since April 1, 1940.

    Religion

    Denomination: Judaism

    Membership

    Club: Bankers (New York.

    Connections

    • Married Katye Lewis, November 15, 1899. Children: Henry, Sarah (Mistress.
    • father: Henry Levy
    • mother: Clara (Marx) Levy
    • spouse: Katye Lewis
    • children: Henry Levy
    • Sarah (Mrs Levy
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    Born October 16, 1879
    Died August, 1966
    (aged 86)
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