Business: Angel's Return

The big odd-lot brokerage house of deCoppet & Doremus is famed for other things than quick and accurate execution of customers' orders. Some of its partners' cultural adventures are as well-known as their business deals. Last week dapper Rowland Stebbins, Broadway's most successful stage "angel" for several seasons, announced he would put a stake back in Wall Street, become a special partner in deCoppet & Doremus,* his old firm. When he retired in 1929 to produce plays, Rowland Stebbins had been with the firm 23 years, twelve...

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