Mr John D. Baumann

Mr John D. Baumann was a businessman from New York, NY. His company, John D. Baumann & Co. was involved in the import of South American rubber and timber. Baumann, who had been on business in London boarded the Titanic at Southampton (ticket number PC 17318, £25 18s 6d). He lost his life in the disaster.


John D. Baumann (possibly) outside his New York business.

Credits
Hermann Söldner, Germany
Susan Daniels, USA

References and Sources
New Jersey Historical Society, Newark, New Jersey
Contract Ticket List, White Star Line 1912 (National Archives, New York; NRAN-21-SDNYCIVCAS-55[279])
Byron Collection, The Museum of The City Of New York
Newark Evening News, New York, Sept. 7 1912

Articles and Stories

CUBA REFUSED HIS PEANUTS

New York Times  (1909) 

CUBA REFUSED HIS PEANUTS

 
NEW YORK INCORPORATIONS

New York Times  (1907) 

NEW YORK INCORPORATIONS

 
Judgment for $266,249 Loan

New York Times  (1909) 

JUDGMENT FOR $266,249 LOAN

 
Mrs. Harris Gains Strength

New York Times  (1912) 

MRS. HARRIS GAINS STRENGTH

 
Seeks Lien on Estate of a Titanic Victim

Unidentified Newspaper  (1912) 

SEEKS LIEN ON ESTATE OF A TITANIC VICTIM

 
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