New York: Privately Printed, 1930. Limited edition. Hardcover. Signed 60th year anniversay publication for the one of the oldest continuously operating Wall Street financial services firms, Dominick & Dominick, just after the 1929 Crash.
Signed by 2 of the General Partners of the firm, Milnor Brientnall Dominick, and William Cornelius Beach, as well as 36 other people. Privately printed limited edition of 1,000 copies.
The firm was founded in the aftermath of the Civil War by William Gayer Dominick and Watson Bradley Dickerman forming the partnership of Dominick & Dickerman. The firm engaged in much railroad related business, surviving the 1873 depression.
In 1899 the firm name changed to Dominick & Dominick; the firm entered the investment banking field in the early 1900s and took part in IPOs for major American brands. In 1919, the firm arranged the largest industrial preferred stock financing ever arranged, and it successfully weathered the 1929 market crash.
Tall 4to, 57pp, b&w printed photographic portraits, ills. Quarter dark blue leather and tan linen cloth, with gilt embossed gilt and leather firm logo laid down at front board. OCLC: 3118917. Very good condition. Item #24479