BRADY, ANTHONY
ANTHONY BRADY (1843-1913). Brady, the creator of New York Edison, was a French immigrant. He opened a tea store in Albany, which soon grew into one of the first chain stores. He soon left that business, but invested in transit businesses and utilities. He controlled a major share of New York's transit systems above ground and invested in the new subway systems.

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Ohio & Indiana Consolidated Natural & Illuminating Gas Co.-Issued To Anthony Brady

 BRADY, ANTHONY
1900. New Jersey. Stock certificate for 100 shares. Issued to Anthony N. Brady. Blue/Black. Vignette of factory at bottom center and allegorical figure standing at left. Very fine.
Catalog: # SB-3525
State: Ohio
Topic: Utilities
Price: $69.00