PHIPPS, HENRY
HENRY PHIPPS (1839-1930). Phipps, a capitalist, manufacturer, and philanthropist, was a childhood friend and neighbor of Andrew Carnegie. Phipps was already a successful businessman and manufacturer by the time he joined forces with Carnegie immediately after the Civil War. His major contribution to the Carnegie empire was his natural cautiousness, which resulted in the empire's steering a prudent financial course during the last quarter of the Nineteenth Century. After his retirement in 1901, Phipps devoted himself entirely to his philanthropic interests, which ran from parks and playgrounds to medical research and education.

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Allegheny Valley Rail Road Company Signed By Henry Phipps, Jr. As Witness

 PHIPPS, HENRY
1861, Pennsylvania. Stock certificate for 50 shares. Black on thin white paper. Top center vignette of a steamship docking station. Right vignette of a male worker, left vignette of a female worker. Signed at lower left as witness by Henry Phipps, Jr. (1839-1930). Capitalist; Manufacturer; Philanthropist. Minor paper loss at lower right corner. Fine. Pen cancellations not affecting Phipps' signature.
Catalog: # SB-4236
State: Pennsylvania
Topic: Famous People on Stocks and Bonds
Price: $750.00