New York City Real Estate Board 1913 Dinner
Seventeenth Annual Dinner, Real Estate Board of Brokers of the City of New York, Waldorf-Astoria, February 1st, 1913. Includes listing of officers and active members.
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Altmayer, Ames, Amy, Ashforth, Baker, Ball, Barclay, Barry, Bell, Benjamin, Bennett, Blood, Booth, Brown, Bruch, Bryan, Cederstrom, Clarkson, Clear, Codling, Cruikshank, Cudner, Darling, Davies, Day, De Selding, De Vito, Dolson, Doyle, Duross, Eckerson, Edgar, Ehrhart, Elliman, English, Faulhaber, Feder, Finegan, Fischer, Foley, Folsom, Gaillard, Geoghegan, Gerlach, Gitterman, Golding, Graham, Hallock, Hayes, Hazelton, Hess, Houghton, Hovenden, Hunt, Huston, Hyman, Ivins, Jenks, Jennings, Kalley, Kavanagh, Kiernan, King, Kirwan, Kohler, Leaycraft, Lenane, Lester, Lummis, MacMannus, Malcolm, Marling, Marston, Martin, McGuire, McGusty, McLaughlin, Mills, Mooyer, Mordecai, Morgenthau, Moses, Murray, Noyes, O'Brien, O'Hara, Palmer, Parish, Perry, Pflomm, Phillips, Piza, Polhemus, Porter, Preble, Preston, Rafalsky, Rainey, Reese, Robbins, Rooney, Ruland, Rusher, Sachs, Scheuber, Schnelle, Schrag, Scully, Senior, Shaw, Shelton, Short, Smith, Sniffin, Stabler, Stone, Storms, Swainson, Swartwout, Taylor, Toussaint, Treacy, Tredwell, Trotta, Truslow, Tucker, Tyler, Van Winkle, VanPelt, Vogler, Walsh, Ward, Warren, Wasson, Waughan, Weil, Wells, Whiting, Whittle, Williams, Wood, Wyckoff, Young, Zittel.
Labels: New York, Business Associations
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