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wholesale druggist

George W. Lattimer, American wholesale druggist. Awarded medal by American Red Cross for work during nood of 1913. Member of the United States Chamber of Commerce, Columbus Chamber of Commerce (member 1st board, 1882, now president), Columbus Park Board (president); member Flood communications of Ohio, appointed by the governor; member State Board of Arbitration, Ohio Institute for Public Efficiency (president), Central Philanthropic Council.

Background

Lattimer, George W. was born on December 6, 1856 in Columbus, Ohio, United States. Son of Oliver Hallam and Sarah Atherton (Cox) Lattimer.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Amherst, 1879.

Career

Engaged as wholesale druggist, since 1882, as manufacturer, since 1905. Secretary and treasurer The Kauffman-Lattimer Company, The Lattimer-Stevens Company. Secretary The Nye Stove Company, successor to Lattimer Stove Company, of which was president 12 years.

Membership

Member of the United States Chamber of Commerce, Columbus Chamber of Commerce (member 1st board, 1882, now president), Columbus Park Board (president). Member Flood communications of Ohio, appointed by the governor. Member State Board of Arbitration, Ohio Institute for Public Efficiency (president), Central Philanthropic Council.

Connections

Married Belle Gardner, 1884 (died 1886). Married second, Minnie Williams, 1898.

father:
Oliver Hallam Lattimer

mother:
Sarah Atherton (Cox) Lattimer

spouses:
Minnie Williams

Belle Gardner