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 Consolidations : Willam H. and James H. Moore 

Page entitled : The Moore Brothers corporate promoters

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How William H. Moore and James H. Moore took over the corporate law firm of Edward A. Small and became corporate financiers for Diamond Match and New York Biscuit Co 

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... was not directed by J. P. Morgan & Company, nor did it actually originate in New York’s Wall Street. That place was rather Chicago, and the main actors were the two Moore brothers, William Henry and James Hobart, who started as corporate lawyers in the office of their father-in-law  ...

 

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