Titanic Victim's Business Closed Out in Montreal

Titanic Victim's Business Closed Out in Montreal

Chicago Tribune

Announcement was made today on the floor of the stock exchange that the brokerage firm of Thornton Davidson & Co., which has connections in New York and Boston, had gone into voluntary liquidation.  The firm was established by Thornton Davidson, who was drowned in the Titanic disaster in 1912.

Chicago Tribune, July 29, 1920, p. 13, c. 3: [Montreal, July 28]

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Thomas E. Golembiewski
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