Image from page 300 of “New York, the metropolis : its noted business and professional men.” (1893)

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Image from page 300 of “New York, the metropolis : its noted business and professional men.” (1893)
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Title: New York, the metropolis : its noted business and professional men.
Year: 1893 (1890s)
Authors: Sprague, John Franklin.
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Publisher: [New York] : New York Recorder
Contributing Library: Columbia University Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: The Durst Organization

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ofJ. M. Wentz & Co., second member of the firm, amerchant of large experience and ability. Mr. Tefft is the financial manager of the house and has maintained for it ahigh degree of credit and enviable degree of jjrosperity athome and abroad. The annual sales of the house now exceedfifteen millions. The popularity and business tact of theelder Mr. Tefft has not diminished in the son, but as theyears have rolled by has become more extended and secure. SPENCER D. C. VAN BOKKELEN. S. D. C. Van Pokkelen was born in the city of Brooklyn,N. Y., in 1828. From the year 1849 to 1869 he was engagedin the general commission business in this city, since whichtime he has been practising as a public accountant. Mr.Van Bokkelen has devoted his whole life to the study ofaccounts, and was one of the first professional accountantsin New York. He is engaged by several large corporationsto investigate and report on confidential matters, and isoften called upon to testify in court in regard to disputed

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SPENCER D. C. VAN BOKKELEN. matters of account. He makes a specialty of preparingstatements of accounts for executors, administrators andtrustees, and the arrangement of books for manufacturers,merchants and others, adapted to their various require-ments. His office is at No. 71 Broadway, where he hasmany able experts in his employ. His father, Adrian H.Van Bokkelen, was born in Holland, and came to this coun-try (with his parents) in the year 1793, and took up his res-idence in the city of New York. WILLIAM FOWLER FOSTER. William Fowler Foster was born near Taunton, England,on October nth, 1841. He came to the United Statesin 1856. The great Chicago fire of 1871 found him asuccessful merchant worth about ,000, but left himfinanciallv ruined and ,000 in debt. The fire did notconsume his ambition or pluck, however, and he startedagain. During 1876 he came to New York. Mr. Foster is 2IO NEW YORK, THE METROPOLIS. the leading representative of the kid glove industry ofAmerica, and p

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Image from page 268 of “Annual report of the Public Service Commission, and the … annual report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners” (1914)
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Title: Annual report of the Public Service Commission, and the … annual report of the Board of Railroad Commissioners
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Massachusetts. Public Service Commission Massachusetts. Board of Railroad Commissioners. Annual report
Subjects: Massachusetts. Public Service Commission Public utilities
Publisher: Boston : Wright & Potter Printing Co.
Contributing Library: UMass Amherst Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries

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2 02 Total Investment in Road and Equipment during the Year. Total Investment in Road and Equipment since June 30, 1914. §438,676 50t ,549 97 41 70 113 40 1,133 35 2,455 14 S13,293 56 5,382 94t So 00 56 62 1 00 1,224 66 §1,287 28 84,122 SS 56 49 191 99 286,200 00 1,425 31 1,996 67 3,283 95 86,771 449,378 154 1,890 73 2 3,406 55 91t 25t 00 71 00 68 §437,389 22i 813,672 41 169 1,325 286,200 3,880 8305,290 §132,098 99t Respondents Investment in Road and Eqwpment at Close of Year. Item. Investment from July 1, 1907, to June 30, 1914, road, . . ■Investment from July 1, 1907, to June 30, 1914, general expenditures. Investment since June 30, 1914, road, • • • Investment since June 30, 1914, general expenditures Total investment in road and equipment, Length of road owned (miles) Average investment per mile of road, exclusive of improvements on leased lines, t Credit. Owned Lines. 83,414,636 75335,550 31437,389 22t305,290 23 ,618,088 0714.82 4,135 49 Capital Stock.

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Common stock: authorizationsclosed prior to present year. 266 RAILROAD RETURNS. [Jan. Sundry Current Liabilities.Loans and Bills Payable. Name of Cbeditok ob ofObligation. Character of Liability or ofTransactions involved. Credit Balance at Close of Year. Unable to give names of holders, . Notes, 81,860,000 00 Miscellaneous Accoimts Payable. Edgar L. Gillett, .Boston & Maine R.R., Total, Advances,In dispute, S52,089 3823,953 46 ,042 84 Tracks owned or controlled by Respondent at Close of Year. Miles of road, 14.82 Miles of yard track and sidings, etc., . . . . . . .1.66 Total, 16.48 Miles of Road owned at Close of Year, by States and Territories (Single Track). State ob Tebbitobt. Main Line. Massachusetts, Signatures and Oath to Return.We hereby certify that the statements contained in the foregoing return are full,just and true. ARTHUR W. EATON, Treasurer.CHARLES F. ENSWORTH, Chief Accounting Officer. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts.Hampden, ss. Westfield, July 12, 1917. The

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