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Clarence W. Barron

Clarence W. BarronAKA Clarence Walker Barron

Born: 2-Jul-1855
Birthplace: Boston, MA [1]
Died: 2-Oct-1928
Location of death: Battle Creek, MI [2]
Cause of death: Hepatitis [3]
Remains: Buried, Forest Hills Cemetery, Boston, MA

Gender: Male
Religion: Christian [4]
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Publisher

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Wall Street Journal proprietor, 1903-28

[1] Grew up in Charlestown, MA.

[2] Battle Creek Sanitarium.

[3] "Catarrhal Jaundice" or Hepatitis A.

[4] Swedenborgian.

Father: Henry Barron
Mother: Elana Noyes Barron
Brother: Frank Barron
Brother: Amos Barron
Brother: George Barron
Brother: Henry Barron
Wife: Jessie M. Waldron (m. 1900, d. 1918)
Daughter: Jane Waldron Wallis Bancroft (step-daughter, adopted, m.
Hugh Bancroft)
Daughter: Martha (step-daughter, adopted, m. H. Wendel Endicott)

    High School: Graduate English High School, Boston, MA (1873)

    Dow Jones President (1912-28)
    Dow Jones Owner (1903-28)
    Dow Jones Manager (1901-03)
    Barron's Founder, Publisher (1921-28)
    The Wall Street Journal Publisher (1903-28)
    Doremus & Co. President (advertising company)
    The Wall Street Journal Founder, Philadelphia News Bureau (1897)
    The Wall Street Journal Founder, Boston News Bureau (1887)
    Boston Evening Transcript reporter, editor (1875-84)
    Algonquin Club
    India House
    Coma (two days before his death)
    Bancroft Family
    Risk Factors: Obesity

Author of books:
The Federal Reserve Act: A Discussion of the Principles and Operations of the New Banking Act (1914)
The Audacious War (1915)
The Mexican Problem (1917)
War Finance: As Viewed From the Roof of the World in Switzerland (1919)
A World Remaking: or, Peace Finance (1920)
They Told Barron: Conversations and Revelations of An American Pepys in Wall Street (1930, interviews, ed. Arthur Pound & Samuel Taylor Moore)
More They Told Barron (1931, interviews)

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