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N. Baxter Jackson

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N. Baxter Jackson, American banker. Decorated Medal of Merit (United States) given with diploma by General Pershing (citations and battle stars included); Black Star, Legion of Honor. Served to major 114th Field Artillery, United States Army, 1917-1919.; Member S.A.R., Phi Delta Theta.

Background

Jackson, N. Baxter was born on December 3, 1890 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. Son of Robert Fenner and Mannie (Baxter) Jackson.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Vanderbilt University, 1911.

Career

Clerk First National Bank Nashville, 1911-1914. Cashier Cumberland Valley National Bank, Nashville, 1914-1917. Vice president American National Bank, Nashville, 1919-1920.

With Chemical National Bank, New York City, Chemical Bank & Trust Company, 1920-1968, Chairman of the Board Chemical Corn Exchange Bank to 1956, chairman of the executive committee, 1956-1966, honorary chairman international advisory board Chemical Bank, 1966-1969, honorary Chairman of the Board, 1969-1973, honorary director, 1971-1973. Director Home Life Insurance Company, Warner-Lambert Pharmaceutical Company Board director Beekman-Downtown Hospital, trustee Vanderbilt University, Roosevelt Hospital.

Membership

Served to major 114th Field Artillery, United States Army, 1917-1919. Member S.A.R., Phi Delta Theta. Clubs: Mount Royal (Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Connections

Married second, Mistress.

father:
Robert Fenner Jackson

mother:
Mannie (Baxter) Jackson

spouse:
Mistress