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George Brinton Caldwell

investment banker

George Brinton Caldwell, American investment banker. Mason.

Background

Caldwell, George Brinton was born on August 24, 1863 in Dunkirk, New York, United States. Son of Charles Melville and Mary Ann (Kelner) Caldwell.

Education

Education high school and business college.

Career

1 daughter, Mistress A. R. Gibbons. Married second, Marion Haley Andrews, July 14, 1923. City clerk, Greenville, Michigan, 1886.

Bank bookkeeper, 1884-1890. State accountant of Michigan and secretary State Board of Equalization, 1891, 1892. Nat. bank examiner, Michigan and Indiana, 1893-1899.

Assistant cashier Merchants National Bank, Indianapolis, Indiana, 1899-1902. Became identified, 1902, with investment bond business with American Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago. Vice president Continental and Commercial Trust & Savings Bank, Chicago, 1910-1915.

Organized, 1911, Investment Bankers Association America and was its first president, serving two years, 1912, 13. President Sperry & Hutchinson Company, New York, 1915-1923. President Caldwell, Mosser & Willamen, investment bankers, 1923-1925, 1926-1930.

Now president Geo. B. Caldwell & Сompany. Vice president United States Bond & Mortgage Corporation, New New York.

Membership

Mason.

Connections

Married Lucy Smith Patrick, October 14, 1886 (died May 1922).; married second, Marion Haley Andrews, July 14, 1923.

father:
Charles Melville Caldwell

mother:
Mary Ann (Kelner) Caldwell

spouses:
Lucy Smith Patrick

Marion Haley Andrews