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Albert Ludlow Kramer

executive , writer.

Albert Ludlow Kramer, American financial executive, writer. Served as war work secretary, Young Men’s Christian Association, during World War.; Member American Tract Society, evangelistic committee of Greater New York Federal of Churches and of Federal Council of America.

Background

Kramer, Albert Ludlow was born on March 28, 1878 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Francis D. and Mary (Leighton) Kramer.

Education

Student Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, 1895-1896. Bachelor of Laws, University of Pennsylvania, 1899. Student Columbian U., Washington, District of Columbia, 1899-1900.

Career

Admitted to Pennsylvania bar, 1899, and began practice in Philadelphia. Associate with Ervin & Company, bankers, Philadelphia, 1904-1908. Vice president Equitable Trust Company of New York, 1912-1913.

President Electric Properties Company, holding company for Westinghouse Company public utilities, 1914-1916. Formerly director many corporations. Retired, 1916, and devotes his time to writing, lecturing and philanthropic work.

Works

  • Author (with wife, Alice Bishop Kramer). The Life in the Vine, 1936. The Unlocked Door, 1936.

    I Bring You Joy, 1937. Gods Reach for Man, 1938. Compiler (with wife).

    The Way, 1938

  • From Millions to Happiness, 1941. Contributor to journals.

Membership

Served as war work secretary, Young Men’s Christian Association, during World War. Member American Tract Society, evangelistic committee of Greater New York Federal of Churches and of Federal Council of America.

Connections

Married Anna Bement, 1906.; married second, Alice Bishop, September 7, 1932. Children: Albert Ludlow, Marleigh (Mistress.

father:
Francis D. Kramer

mother:
Mary (Leighton) Kramer

spouses:
Anna Bement

Alice Bishop

children:
Albert Ludlow Kramer

Marleigh (Mrs Kramer