Financial History Issue 121 (Spring 2017) - Page 8

THE TICKER  MUSEUM NEWS MUSEUM OF AMERICAN FINANCE 2016–2017 DONORS ($1,000 AND ABOVE) The Museum deeply appreciates the fi- nancial support of the following donors in the past year. Their contributions help advance our commitment to preserving, exhibiting and teaching the power and value of American finance.* • • Howard J. Abner • • The Adirondack Trust Company • • Ally Financial • • American Express • • Anonymous (3) • • Theodore Aronson • • American-Scottish Foundation • • Cliff and Laurel Asness • • Bank of America Merrill Lynch • • Barrett Asset Management • • Barclays • • Bloomberg • • John Bogle • • Briar Foundation • • Robert Buckholz • • Capco • • Capgemini • • Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP • • Cheddar, Inc. • • Citadel Securities • • Citi • • Clarfeld Financial Advisors • • CME Group • • Consolidated Edison • • Cowen Group, Inc. • • Crystal & Company • • Ray Dalio • • John P. Davidson, III and Shirley Schaeffer • • Andrea de Cholnoky • • Randolph DelFranco • • William H. and Jane P. Donaldson • • Charles Elson JUL 2 1890 • • Mr. and Mrs. Eric C. Fast • • Vincent Favaro New Albion Partners • • Financial Women’s Association • • Flooring Solutions Group LLC • • Arturo Gomez • • Lawrence Goodman • • Martha Clark Goss • • William B. Harrison • • Healey Family Foundation • • Michael Henriques • • Herzog & Co. • • Robert Hotz • • Houlihan Lokey • • Al and Denise Hurley • • ICE/NYSE • • Incapital • • ING • • International Precious Metals Institute • • Investopedia • • Paul J. Isaac • • Carol Kaimowitz • • Glenn Kaufman • • Myron Kandel • • Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co., LP • • Kx Systems • • Lepercq de Neuflize Asset Management • • Sherry and Alan Leventhal Family Foundation • • The Longhill Charitable Foundation, Inc. • • Adrienne and Dan Lufkin • • Consuelo Mack • • Marge Magner • • Moody’s • • Elizabeth P. Munson • • J. Edward Murphy • • New York City Department of Cultural Affairs • • New York Life • • Paxos Trust Company In a backlash against the monopolistic excesses of the “robber barons,” the Sherman Anti-Trust Act becomes law. The Act authorizes the US Department of Justice to break up giant monopolies. 6    FINANCIAL HISTORY  |  Spring 2017  | www.MoAF.org • • William Penn Foundation • • Peter G. Peterson Foundation • • Protiviti • • The Ricketts Family • • Rodger Riney • • Charles M. Royce • • Royce & Associates • • Judith O. and Robert E. Rubin • • Daniel and Sarah Rueven • • S & P Global • • Saybrook Capital • • Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. • • Karen Seitz • • Shenkman Capital Management • • Shine Financial Services • • Walter V. Shipley • • The Paul E. Singer Foundation • • Smith Affiliated Capital • • The Starr Foundation • • Strategas Securities • • Richard Sylla • • TD Ameritrade • • Third Point LLC • • Mark Tomasko • • UBS Financial Services • • U.S. Bancorp • • U.S. Trust, Bank of America • • Vested • • Vedder Price PC • • Taylor B. Wagenseil • • Wells Fargo • • Kendrick R. Wilson, III • • Anthony Yoseloff  For more information about supporting the Museum, please contact Mindy Ross at mross@moaf.org. * Listings in bold reflect Benefactor level donors. JUL 6 1785 Congress declares that “the money unit of the United States of America be one dollar.”