Business: New Exchange Head

Each May, the 1,100 members of the New York Stock Exchange elect a President. This year, upon the retirement of Seymour L. Cromwell, President since 1921, E.H.H. Simmons was chosen.

Mr. Simmons became a member of the Exchange in 1900 and a Governor in 1909; for the past three years, as Vice President, he has been connected with a great number of its special and standing committees. Forty-seven years of age, he is a member of the firm of Rutter & Gross. Mr. Simmons is known in Wall street for his judicial poise,...

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