Douglas Ludlow Elliman Edit Profile
Student Berkeley School, New York, 1897-1898, Cutler School, New York, 1898-1899.
March 1972), George Trowbridge, Ludlow. Married second, Katherine Scales Moon, December 9, 1929. Children—Mary Lawrence, Edward Scales.
Clerk Vermilye & Company, bankers, 1899-1903. Broker and officer Pease & Elliman, 1903-1911. Organized Douglas L. Elliman & Company, Inc., 1911, later Chairman of the Board, director.
Organizer, president, director Douglas L. Elliman Brokerage Corporation. Vice-president, director Midtown Underwriters, Inc., Underhill Society, 58th and Park Avenue, Incorporated. Member board of trustees Greenwich Savings Bank and numerous building projects, New York.
Ex-president Real Estate Board of New York, Inc.
Regular ceremonies enable people to open themselves to God more fully. They help people to hear God's offer and challenge ever more deeply, and to allow God to prompt and enable them to respond.
The state should not attempt to control the church, nor should the church seek to dominate the state. The separation of church and state should not be misconstrued as the abolition of all religious expression from public life.
Member board of trustees Greenwich Savings Bank and numerous building projects, New York. Served as ensign United States Naval Reserve Force, 1918. Member St. Nicholas Society, St. George Society, Commerce and Industry Association.
Member Real Estate Board New York. Member New York Building Congress (life), National Association Real Estate Bds., Pilgrims United States, Military Order World Wars, United States Navy Reserve Officers Association, American Legion, Navy Leagues United States (directory). Clubs: Racquet and Tennis, Piping Rock.
Married Theodora Trowbridge, October 20, 1900.; married second, Katherine Scales Moon, December 9, 1929. Children: Douglas Trowbridge (deceased March.