Clive T. Jaffray reminiscences, 1956.


Clive T. Jaffray reminiscences, 1956.

A Minneapolis banker and business leader, Jaffray discusses his youth in Ontario; his association (1887-1956) with the Northwestern National and the First National banks in Minneapolis, and his presidency of the latter (1917-1924); Minneapolis businessmen, businesses, and railroads, especially the Minneapolis, St. Paul and Sault Ste. Marie Railway Company, of which he was president (1924-1937); bank mergers in Minnesota and North and South Dakota; his organization (1920s) of the Agricultural Credit Corporation to lend money to rural banks and farmers; and his interests in hunting and sports.

86 p.


SNAC Resource ID: 6768185

Minnesota Historical Society Library

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