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Henry Selden Kingman

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Henry Selden Kingman, American banker. Member National Association Mutual Savings Banks (president 1949), American Bankers Association (president savings div. 1934).

Background

Kingman, Henry Selden was born on December 25, 1893 in Minneapolis. Son of Joseph R. and Mabel (Selden) Kingman.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Amherst College, 1915. Student school business administration, Harvard, 1915-1916.

Career

August 1968); children—Henry Selden, Woodward, Helen W. (Mistress David R. West, Junior). District sales manager Russell Miller Milling Company, Minneapolis, 1919-1926. Secretary Farmer’s & Mechanics Savings Bank, Minneapolis, 1926-1932, treasurer, 1932-1939, president, 1939-1957, chairman board, 1957-1968, also trustee.

Trustee Mutual Life Insurance Company New York. Director General Mills, Inc., 1946-1966, Soo Line R.R. Trustee Dunwoody Industrial Institute, Minneapolis, Amherst College. Vice chairman International Thrift Institute, Netherlands, 1950-1960.

Trustee, president General Mills Foundation, 1954-1966. Trustee Minneapolis Foundation. Trustee, vice president Minnesota Community Research Council.

Membership

Member National Association Mutual Savings Banks (president 1949), American Bankers Association (president savings div. 1934).; Clubs: Minneapolis.

Connections

Married Josephine M. Woodward, June 4, 1921 (deceased. Children: Henry Selden, Woodward, Helen W. (Mistress.

father:
Joseph R. Kingman

mother:
Mabel (Selden) Kingman

spouse:
Josephine M. Woodward

children:
Henry Selden Kingman

Woodward Kingman

Helen W. (Mrs Kingman