RELEASE DATE: DECEMBER 30, 2012
P. O. Box 6825
LUBBOCK, TX 79493-6825
This week we continue with names of individuals found in the publication, THE NATURAL RESOURCES AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF THE STATE OF TEXAS: REPORT OF AN EXAMINATION MADE BY A SPECIAL COMMITTEE OF THE MERCHANTS’ ASSOCIATION OF NEW YORK, BY INVITATION OF THE GOVERNOR AND LEGISLATURE OF TEXAS, DECEMBER 1901.(For background information, see Kinsearching column dated 23 December 2012.)
p. 5 – More delegates of The Merchants’ Association
Charles B. KNOX, Manufacturer, Johnstown, NY
C. M. WICKER, H. B. Hollins & Co., Bankers, and Vice-President Ft. Worth & R. G. R. R. (Editor’s note: The initials stand for Fort Worth and Rio Grande Railway.)
H. A. METZ, President Victor Koechl Co.; Member New York Board of Education
H. Elmer GIBB, Mills & Gibb, Dry Goods Importers
Frank L. SHELDON, Frank L. Sheldon & Co., Brokers
Gustav A. JAHN, G. A. Jahn & Co., and President Atlantic Rice Mills Co.
D. Le Roy DRESSER, Dresser & Co., Dry Goods Commission Merchants
Rev. Joseph Newton HALLOCK, D. D., Editor and Proprietor The Christian Work
William H. GRATWICK, Investor and Specialist on Lumber, Buffalo, NY
C. T. ROOT, President Textile Publishing Co. and Editor The Dry Goods Economist
George Clinton BATCHELLER, G. C. Batcheller & Co., Manufacturers
Henry B. COSGROVE, Broker
W. A. MARBLE, Vice-President R. & G. Corset Co.
Dr. George A. SOPER, Sanitary Engineer and Chemist
Thomas CRIMMINS, J. D. & T. C. Crimmins, Engineers
Manly A. RULAND, Ruland & Whiting, Real Estate
John H. PYNES, Manufacturer Knit Goods, Waterford, NY
p. 6 – C. H. KAVANAUGH, Manufacturer Knit Goods, Waterford, NY
James B. DILL, Counsel to The Merchants’ Association
Charles G. CRAWFORD, Wynkoop-Hallenbeck-Crawford Co., Printers and Publishers
Frank NICHOLSON, Investor and Mining Expert
G. W. GRAHAM, Broker
S. CRISTY MEAD, Assistant Secretary of The Merchants’ Association
William R. CORWINE, of The Merchants’ Association, and Secretary to the Committee
N. FLANTER, Official Stenographer of The Merchants’ Association and of the Committee
Morris K. JESUP, the president of the Chamber of Commerce, appointed a committee to represent that organization on the tour. The following men served as delegates for the Chamber of Commerce:
Charles M. JESUP, Chairman; Vice-President Securities Company of New York
W. C. LE GENDRE, Secretary; Brown Bros. & Co., Bankers
Edward N. TAILER, Retired Merchant and Capitalist
W. N. COLER, JR., Banker, W. N. Coler & Co.
H. C. BERLIN, Merchant; Director Knickerbocker Trust Co.; Director Bowery Savings Bank
Major T. J. HURLEY, Vice-President The Exploration Co.
Richard Deeves, Richard Deeves & Son, Contractors and Builders
C. T. COLLINGS, Merchant, Cincinnati, O., Representing the Standard Oil Co.
F. B. THURBER
(To be continued)