Financial History Issue 113 (Spring 2015) - Page 4
The magazine of the
Museum of American Finance
in association with
the Smithsonian Institution
Issue 113 • Spring 2015
IN THIS ISSUE
12 Monopoly’s Lost Female Inventor
The little-known story of Monopoly’s true origins.
By Mary Pilon
EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD
Howard A. Baker, Esq.
Howard Baker Associates
Eastern Washington University
Gregory DL Morris
16 From Disagreements to the First Divide
Founding fathers debate economic issues.
By Thomas Fleming
Arthur W. Samansky
The Samansky Group
American Stock Exchange (ret.)
Columbia Business School Publishing
Robert E. Wright
20 John Whitehead: Wall Street Leader,
Cold Warrior, Friend to Thousands
Tribute to a champion of ethics and integrity on Wall Street.
By Gregory DL Morris
The Wall Street Journal
Diana E. Herzog
Alan Barnett Design
David J. Cowen, President/CEO
Kristin Aguilera, Deputy Director
Sarah Buonacore, Collections Manager
Jeanne Driscoll, Director of Development
Maura Ferguson, Director of Exhibits
Arturo Gomez, Business Manager
Chris Meyers, Director of Education
Linda Rapacki, Managing Director
of Visitor Services and Operations
Mindy Ross, Director, External Relations
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24 Early Wall Street
A visual history of New York’s Financial District, from 1830 to 1940.
By Jay Hoster
28 The Pingree Plan
New York’s response to unemployment in the 1890s.
By Julia Bricklin
32 Healthy Finances
Investor ownership in medical products companies.
By Michael A. Martorelli
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