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Adrian Van Sinderen, American corporation official, author. Served as captain, later major, assistant director Marine operations Port of New York, World War I.; Member of the New York City Municipal Art Commission 1944-1945; Member Psi Upsilon. Republican.

Background

Sinderen, Adrian Van was born on February 21, 1887 in at Brooklyn, New York, United States. Son of William Leslie and Mary (Brinsmade) Van Sinderen.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Yale, 1910. Doctor of Humane Letters, Syracuse University, 1947.

Career

Teacher at St. Paul’s School, 1910-1911. With J. P. Morgan & Company, 1911-1913, White, Weld and Company, 1913-1915, W. A. & A. M. White since 1915, partner since 1916. Trustee Brooklyn Savings Bank 1923-1958, president 1944-1947.

Director Brooklyn Trust Company, 1930-1950, Greenwood Cemetery, New York Telephone Сompany, National Surety Company, Holmes Elec. Protective Company, 1944-1950, Manufacturers Trust Company (advising committee, trust committee), Cruickshank & Company.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Canter, Please, 1935. Important Beginnings, 1936. Christmas Greetings, 1937.

      Adventures in Experience, 1938. As We Go Galloping On, 1939. Vagaries and Verities, 1940.

      In Quest of Oases, 1941. A Yuletide Phantasmagoria, 1942. Four Years, A Chronicle of World World War II, 1943.

      The Fifth Year, A Further Chronicle, 1944. Peter Make Believe, 1945. Six Years of Global War, 1946.

      Neolithic Times, 1947. Isthmus Maximus, 1948. The Price of Liberty, 1948.

      Behind The Scenes at a Horse Show, 1948. Blake, The Mystic Genius, 1949. Africa, Land of Many Lands, 1950.

      The Country of the Mountains of the Moon, 1951. Foundation Stones, 1952. From the Canal to the Horn, 1953.

      The Lure of the Middle East, 1954. Passage to India, 1955. An Illustrious Comnany.

      1956

    • Our Home in the Country Side, 1957. A Voyage through the Agure Seas, 1958. The Other Half of The Earth.

Membership

Served as captain, later major, assistant director Marine operations Port of New York, World War I. Member of the New York City Municipal Art Commission 1944-1945. Member Psi Upsilon. Republican.

Clubs: Harbour View, Yale, University, Grolier, Union, St. Wilfred’s.

Connections

Married Annie Jean White, December 9, 1911. Children: Adrian, Katharine, Jean, Alfred White.

father:
William Leslie Sinderen

mother:
Mary (Brinsmade) Van Sinderen

spouse:
Annie Jean White

child:
Adrian Sinderen

child:
Katharine Sinderen

child:
Jean Sinderen

child:
Alfred White Sinderen