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Harold Huntting Cook

investment banker.

Harold Huntting Cook, American investment banker. Member National Association Securities Dealers (governor 1956-1959), Investment Bankers Association (governor 1955-1958), Pilgrims Society, Society Colonial Wars, S.R., Alpha Delta Phi.

Background

Cook, Harold Huntting was born in 1903 in New York, United States. Son of Ferdinand H. and Mary W. (Aldrich) Cook.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Williams College, 1926.

Career

Stepchildren—John Jay Baehr, Junior, Carla Baehr. With Spencer Trask & Company. New York City, 1926-1933, 41-68, general partner, 1944-1968, senior vice-president, director Spencer Trask & Company, Inc., 1968-1969, consultant, 1969-1972.

Utility specialist C.W. Young & Company, 1933-1935. Manager bond department Reynolds & Company, 1935-1937. Secretary Reynolds Metals Company, 1937-1941.

Governor of New York Stock Exchange, 1962-1968. Chairman alumni fund Williams College, 1945-1947, member alumni Executive Committee, 1945-1947. President of the board of trustees Collegiate School, New York City, 1949-1952, Kimberley School, Montclair, New Jersey, 1949-1952.

Membership

Member National Association Securities Dealers (governor 1956-1959), Investment Bankers Association (governor 1955-1958), Pilgrims Society, Society Colonial Wars, S.R., Alpha Delta Phi. Clubs: Bond of New York (president 1958-1959).

Connections

Married Alice Doyle, October 2, 1928 (divorced).; married second, Mistress. Children: Joan M., Anne H. (Mistress.

father:
Ferdinand H. Cook

mother:
Mary W. (Aldrich) Cook

spouses:
Alice Doyle

Mistress

children:
Joan M. Cook

Anne H. (Mrs Cook