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corporation executive.

Alan Gustavus Goldsmith, American corporation executive. Served from Lieutenant lieutenant colonel United States Army, World War I.; Member National Paperboard Association (director), Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Tau Delta, Delta Phi Epsilon.; Mason (32°, Shriner), Elk.

Background

Goldsmith, Alan Gustavus was born on July 25, 1892 in Milwaukee. Son of Bernard and Alpha (Smith) Goldsmith.

Education

Educated Hohenzollern School, Berlin. Kenyon College, 1911.

Career

; 1 son, John Alan. Married second, Josephine Bolinger, February 10, 1934. Began with American Rolling Mill Company, 1911-1917.

With Supreme Economics Council, Peace Conference and American Relief Administration, Central Europe and Balkans, 1919-1920. Chief European div. Department Commerce, 1920-1925. Lecturer Georgetown University School Foreign Service, 1920-1925.

Technical expert to Dawes Committee, 1923-1924. Secretary Mead Investment Company, 1925. Treasurer and secretary Mead Paperboard Corporation, 1925-1930.

Secretary Mead Corporation, 1930-1937, now vice president. Director Mead Board Sales, Inc., Mead Investment Company Trial justice and probate judge, Killingworth, Connecticut.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Economic Problems of Western Europe, 1925.

Membership

Served from Lieutenant lieutenant colonel United States Army, World War I. Member National Paperboard Association (director), Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Tau Delta, Delta Phi Epsilon. Mason (32°, Shriner), Elk.

Clubs: Army and Navy, Cosmos (Washington).

Connections

Married Mary Boyd, October 27, 1917 (deceased.; married second, Josephine Bolinger, February 10, 1934.

father:
Bernard Goldsmith

mother:
Alpha (Smith) Goldsmith

spouse:
Mary Boyd

spouse:
Josephine Bolinger