Biographical Sketch of Arthur Winfield Thomas

Thomas, Arthur Winfield; bond broker; born, East Liverpool, O., May 24, 1880; son of William and Mary Shannon Thomas; educated, public and private schools; married, Cleveland, Nov. 1, 1905, Jennie H. Lucas; issue, one son, William A.; since 1900, has represented large bond houses in Cleveland; at present mgr. Colonial Securities Co., of Cleveland; industrial corporation bonds a specialty; editor Photo-Play Magazine; vice pres. The Colonial Securities Co.; director The Dreman Cleaning Co., and The Warwick Glass Co.; member Marion Lodge, No. 70, F. & A. M., Lodge No. 50, I. O. O. F.; member Sons of Veterans, Independent Order of Heptassphs; member Screen Club, N. Y. City, City and Author’s Clubs, Cleveland. Author of “Two Hundred Women,” and a number of short stories; his father, William H. Thomas, for a number of years was mgr. of the Dresden Pottery Co., of East Liverpool, and pres. R. Thomas & Sons Potteries; served through the Civil War in 14th Ohio Vol. Infantry.

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