William K. Vanderbilt + Chauncey Depew - Pine Creek Railway Company 1000$ Bond - 1885

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William K. Vanderbilt + Chauncey Depew - Pine Creek Railway Company 1000$ Bond - 1885
Kuriositäten & Ephemera - Anzahl: 1 - Ephemera

US Pine Creek Railway Company 1000$ Bond 1885

hand signed by William K. Vanderbilt + Chauncey Depew

William K. Vanderbilt (1849-1920)
Grandson of Cornelius "Commodore" Vanderbilt, the shipping and railroad tycoon whose acquisitions created the family fortune, William Kissam Vanderbilt inherited his position as a railroad executive but forged his own reputation as a leading yachtsman and a breeder of champion racehorses, traditions that would long remain a part of the Vanderbilt legacy. His Father was William Henry Vanderbilt Born in 1821, the Commodore’s eldest son. William Henry Vanderbilt inherited a large portion of his father’s estate.

DEPEW, Chauncey Mitchell, a Senator from New York; born in Peekskill, N.Y., April 23, 1834; attended private schools; was graduated from the Peekskill Military Academy in 1852 and from Yale College in 1856; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1858 and commenced practice at Peekskill, N.Y., in 1859; member, State assembly 1861-1862; secretary of State of New York 1863; appointed United States Minister to Japan by President Andrew Johnson, was confirmed by the Senate, but declined; unsuccessful candidate for election as lieutenant governor in 1872;

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with paper seal

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Los-Details
Objekt
Ephemera
Anzahl der Bücher
1
Thema
Kuriositäten & Ephemera
Autor/ Illustrator
William K. Vanderbilt + Chauncey Depew
Buchtitel
Pine Creek Railway Company 1000$ Bond
Zustand
Angemessen
Erscheinungsjahr (ältestes Objekt)
1885
Ausgabe
Erstauflage
Sprache
Englisch
Originalsprache
Ja
Bindung
Einzelseite
Anzahl der Seiten
1
Abmessungen
38×24 cm
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