A. A. STEWART LEFT $276,974

New York Times

Titanic Victim's Estate Goes to His Widow and Daughter
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An appraisal of the estate of Albert A. Stewart, who perished on the Titanic, was transmitted yesterday to the Surrogates' Court under transfer tax proceedings. Mr. Stewart was formerly Manager of the New York office of the Strobridge Lithographing Company, printers and lithographers of theatrical posters.

The estate is composed entirely of personalty, which totals $276,974.28. Included among the items are bank deposits aggregating $12,505.20; insurance, $5,000; two automobiles, valued at $1,000, and a claim for commissions from the lithograph company, amounting to $12,500. There is also a long list of securities, among them thirty bonds: Central New England Railway Company, $28,246.62; corporate stock of the City of New York, $51,070.20; 200 shares Union Pacific Railroad preferred, $100,237.50, and ten shares of the Strobridge Lithographing Company, $550.

The estate is divided between Florence, C. Stewart, the widow, who receives as her share $92,307.76 and Josephine Taft, a daughter, who gets $184,735.52.

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