Business & Finance: Deals & Developments: Nov. 3, 1930

Seats. Seats on the New York Stock Exchange last week sold at $230,000; $220,000; $217,000: low levels not reached since the summer of 1927. The low price compares to $495,000, the high for a seat after deducting "rights" last year. Elected to the Exchange last week was John Francis Murray, son of the late Inventor Thomas Edward Murray, said to have obtained more patents than any other inventor except Thomas Alva Edison (TIME, May 25, 1925; March 17). Son Murray, a member of the Port of New York Authority, was long connected with Murray...

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