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Norman Lombard

investment banking executive.

Norman Lombard, American investment banking executive. Member of Executive Committee Committee for Economic Stability, 1940; member advising committee Association Former Political Prisoners of Soviet Labor Camps.; Member Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Alpha Delta (member board directors, Alumnia chapter), Empire State Society, S.A.R.; Club: National Republican.

Background

Lombard, Norman was born on April 13, 1884 in Creston, Iowa, United States. Son of James Lewis and Eva (Stiles) Lombard.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Massachusetts Institute Technology, 1905. Bachelor of Laws, Kansas City School of Law, 1908.

Career

Admitted to Missouri bar, 1907, California bar, 1909. Farm mortgage, exporting and importing, manufacturing and investment banking business 1908-1926. Executive director, later executive vice president The Stable Money Association, 1926-1931.

Special assignment Treasury Department, 1935. President Institute Applied Citizenship, 1950, chairman interim committee, 1953. Founder International Institute Monetary Economics, 1934.

President Tues. Forum, Incorporated, and chairman Nationwide Discussion-by-Mail Committee, 1939.

Works

  • Author: Monetary Statesmanship, 1934. Letters of Prophecy, 1935. Author numerous pamphlets and articles on finance and economics.

Membership

Member of Executive Committee Committee for Economic Stability, 1940. Member advising committee Association Former Political Prisoners of Soviet Labor Camps. Member Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Alpha Delta (member board directors, Alumnia chapter), Empire State Society, S.A.R.

Club: National Republican.

Connections

Married Ellen McKeighan, June 10, 1908 (died 1931).; married second, Evelyn Owens Stringham, 1935. Children: Norman, Elisabeth, Ellen, John Cutler, Barbara.

father:
James Lewis Lombard

mother:
Eva (Stiles) Lombard

spouses:
Ellen McKeighan

Evelyn Owens Stringham

children:
Norman Lombard

Elisabeth Lombard

Ellen Lombard

John Cutler Lombard

Barbara Lombard