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John Edwin Toulmin

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John Edwin Toulmin, American banker. Member board of trustees Free Hospital for Women. Colonel A. United States, 1942-1945, overseas 1943-1944.; Member Association Reserve City Bankers, Unitarian.

Background

Toulmin, John Edwin was born on November 1, 1902 in Brookline, Massachusetts, United States. Son of John Edwin and Alice Munroe (Barbour) Toulmin.

Education

Educated Country Day School, Choate school and Harvard.

Career

. With First National Bank of Boston, 1925-1967, vice president, 1932-1947, senior vice president, 1947-1959, vice Chairman of the Board, 1959-1967. Director 1st National Bank Boston, First Bank Boston International, Boston Overseas Financial Corporation, Massanet Corporation, Firstbank Financial Corporation, Matsumae International Foundation Industries, Inc., McGregor-Doniger, Inc., United Fruit Company, Arthur D. Little Company, 1st Small Business Investment Corporation of New England, Badger Company, Inc.

Membership

Member board of trustees Free Hospital for Women. Colonel A. United States, 1942-1945, overseas 1943-1944. Member Association Reserve City Bankers, Unitarian.

Clubs: Harvard (Boston and New York).

Connections

Married Rose Cracroft Loveland, September 25, 1926.; married second Virginia Belcher Campbell, August 26, 1950 (divorced 1963). Children: Peter Noyes, Hugh Huidekoper, Paul Routledge.

father:
John Edwin Toulmin

mother:
Alice Munroe (Barbour) Toulmin

spouses:
Rose Cracroft Loveland

2d Virginia Belcher Campbell

children:
Peter Noyes Toulmin

Hugh Huidekoper Toulmin

Paul Routledge Toulmin