1901-06-11 SF Call

Blythe Block

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1901-06-11 SF Call - The capital stock is divided into 20,000 shares...
The capital stock is divided into 20,000 shares at $100 a share, and the amount subscribed is $25,000. L -y?. Hellman, president Nevada National National Bank: Thomas Magee, director San Francisco Savings Union; Christian de Guigne, Parrott- estate: L W. Hellman Jr., J. Henry Meyer and John C. Coleman Coleman of Ant. Borel & Co.; Henry F. Alien. Alien. A. Haas and Louis Sloss. It developed yesterday that the purchasers purchasers of the Blythe block are all local men and that no outside capital is interested interested in the deal. The capitalists who have purchased the famous Market-street property have Incorporated under the name of the Bankers' Investment Company, Company, with a capital stock of $2,000,000. The articles of Incorporation were filed late on Saturday afternoon, . the incorporators incorporators being as follows: New Owners of the Property Form Bankers' Investment Investment Company. Blythe Block Purchased by San Francisco Business Men. OUTSIDE CAPITAL NOT INTERESTED 12

Clipped from The San Francisco Call11 Jun 1901, TuePage 12

The San Francisco Call (San Francisco, California)11 Jun 1901, TuePage 12
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