Business: Personnel: Apr. 20, 1931

Samuel Wallace Reyburn resigned as president of Lord & Taylor, Manhattan department store, to devote all his time to the presidency of Associated Dry Goods Corp. which controls Lord & Taylor and James McCreery & Co. in Manhattan, Hahne & Co. (Newark); J. N. Adam & Co. and The William Hengerer Co (Buffalo), Stewart & Co. (Baltimore), Stewart Dry Goods Co. (Louisville), Powers Mercantile Co. (Minneapolis).

Edward L. Love, vice president of Chase Securities Corp., was made a director of Arnold Constable Corp., holding company for Arnold Constable & Co.. Manhattan department store.


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