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Albert W. Green, New York

A biographical sketch of Albert W. Green focuses on his business success in New York City. Green was Eleanor Butler Roosevelt's grandfather. A handwritten note next to the article says it came from a mercantile journal.
Dry-goods, Retail trade, Green, Albert
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