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Wheelock Whitney

Wheelock Whitney, American transportation executive. Member nat. council Boy Scouts American; Member National Association Motor Bus Operators.

Background

  • Whitney, Wheelock was born on August 28, 1894 in St. Cloud, Minnesota, United States. Son of Albert G. and Alice (Wheelock) Whitney.

  • Education

    • Student Phillips Academy, Andover, 1913. Bachelor of Science, Yale, 1916.

    Career

    • Vice president St. Cloud (Minnesota) Public Service Company, 1919-1924. Div. manager St. Cloud div. Northern States Power Company, 1925-1942.

      President Whitney Land Company, Whitney Securities corporation since 1936. Director Springfield (Massachusetts) Street Railway Company, Worcester (Massachusetts) Bus Company, Jacksonville (Florida) Coach Company, Truax-Traer Coal Company, Chicago North Shore Systems, Susquehanna Corporation (Chicago), Charlotte City Coach Lines (North Carolina), Grand Rapids City Coach Lines, Incorporated, City Coach Lines, Flint Trolley Coach Company, Evansville City Bus Lines, Tucson Rapid Transit Company, Northwest Airlines, St. Paul.

    Membership

    Member nat. council Boy Scouts American. Member National Association Motor Bus Operators. Clubs: Minneapolis, Chicago, University.

    Connections

    • Married Katharine Kimball, January 7, 1922. Children: Sally (Mistress.
    • father: Albert G. Whitney
    • mother: Alice (Wheelock) Whitney
    • spouse: Katharine Kimball
    • child: Sally (Mrs Whitney
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    Born August 28, 1894
    Died March 23, 1957
    (aged 62)
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