Henry Baldwin Hyde: A Biographical Sketch

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Printed at the De Vinne Press, 1902 - Life insurance - 244 pages
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Page 210 - the founder and for many years the president of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States; and WHEREAS, The relations of Mr. Hyde to the beneficent institution of life insurance generally, not only in his own country but
Page 200 - All these were honored in their generations, and were the glory of their times." Credit was given to the leaders of the most important financial and sociological movement of an eventful period for patient and faithful labor in upbuilding the temple of life insurance, in disseminating the blessings and benefits of the insurance system, and in training agents and educating the public. In a memorable group of contemporaneous
Page 236 - which is more than twice the amount accumulated by any other company in the world during a similar period of its history. Its Assets amount to over $270,000,000, which is more than twice the amount held by any other company in the world on its fortieth anniversary. Its Surplus amounts to over
Page 148 - Henry G. Marquand, Alanson Trask, JF de Navarro, and Thomas S. Young. The following is a list of the present Board: JAMES W. ALEXANDER, Louis FITZGERALD, CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW, WM. A. WHEELOCK, MARCELLUS HARTLEY, HENRY G. MARQUAND, CORNELIUS N. BLISS, GEORGE H. SQUIRE, THOMAS D. JORDAN,
Page 236 - which is also more than twice the amount held by any other company at the end of its fortieth year. The following tables (in which the record is carried up to the close of the year 1899) illustrate the growth of the Society from the beginning under its founder's management. None of these figures illustrate more pointedly the steady and
Page 241 - holds and cherishes the bronze figure of a man who has done so much for his country that a grateful people wish to keep him in this way in lasting remembrance. There have been different inspirations for the youth at distinct periods of American history. The Revolution produced statesmen of creative genius, like
Page 236 - UNPARALLELED RECORD On its Fortieth Anniversary, July 26, 1899 THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES has on its books Outstanding Assurance for over
Page 219 - competent to advise you in every case how to work; your own experience is the best guide: but it is safe to charge you to think before you act—take time to make up your mind as to the best means to be used to accomplish the desired result. It is worth the most
Page 222 - determined not to be diverted from this by any thoughtless or seemingly unscrupulous competitors. As I have said to you at times in the past, so long as envy loves a shining mark will the Equitable be the target for the arrows of its rivals and enemies. The work of the

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