Business & Finance: Personnel: Jun. 24, 1935

Last week the following was news: Six years ago the New York Stock Exchange, casting about for a bright young assistant secretary, lifted Dean Kirkham Worcester out of the investment department of Farmers Loan & Trust Co. Handsome, moose-tall Dean Worcester, who married a daughter of Novelist Arthur Train, had graduated from Yale and Massachusetts Institute of Technology to become an engineer for New York Telephone Co. As assistant secretary he distinguished himself at the Stock Exchange early in Depression as a crack trouble-shooter and inside man. In 1930 he was made an officer and...

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