Seligman, Joseph

(1819-80)
   American banker. He emigrated to the US from Bavaria at the age of 18. He created a clothing business together with his brothers. They set up a branch in San Francisco, and with the profits embarked on banking in New York. In 1864 the banking house of J. and W. Seligman and Company was established.

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  • Seligman, Joseph — (1819–1880)    US banker. Seligman emigrated to New York from Bavaria at the age of eighteen and established a clothing business together with his brothers, who followed him. They set up a branch in San Francisco at the time of the gold rush, and …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

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