The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York 1899 Report

Fifty-Seventh Annual Report of the Trustees of The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, For the year ending December 31, 1899. Company's Building, Nassau, Cedar and Liberty Streets, New York. Includes lists of Trustees and General Agents.

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Names in this online transcription include Auchincloss, Babcock, Baker, Baudry, Bayliss, Beck, Bowdoin, Bowles, Breck, Bresee, Brodie, Brown, Carlile, Chamberlain, Chapeaurouge, Cheney, Clarke, Colson, Coltelletti, Cromwell, Culbert, Davies, Dickey, Dixon, Easton, Elliott, Enequist, Fell, Ferguson, Fish, Fitzpatrick, Fleming, Fonda, Forbes, Gerry, Gillespy, Gillette, Granniss, Gretsinger, Haldeman, Hamilton, Harriman, Hathaway, Haven, Henderson, Herrick, Herzog, Hindman, Holbrook, Holden, Hopkins, Hutcheson, Hutchinson, Hyatt, Iselin, Jackson, Jarvie, Johnson, Julliard, Klamroth, Lambert, Lanier, Lawton, Lewis, Lloyd, Lord, Luns, MacCorkindale, Marsh, McClintock, McCurdy, Merritt, Miller, Morford, Nichols, Olcott, Olyphant, Paige, Peckham, Peet, Post, Preller, Raymond, Remmel, Rennie, Richards, Rockefeller, Rogers, Sands, Schade, Sewell, Seymour, Shedden, Short, Simpson, Speyer, Stearns, Sutton, Tatlock, Timpson, Ulrich, Von Gablenz, Von Post, Voss, Warren, Waterhouse, Webb, Wells, Wheaton, White, Whitney, Willcox.

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