John Bond Trevor

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John Bond Trevor
John Bond Trevor (18221890) was an American financier and Wall Street pioneer. Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, he moved to New York City in 1849. In 1850 he became a member of the New York Stock Exchange and entered into brokerage with the firm of Carpenter, Van Dyke & Trevor. That venture was dissolved in 1852 when he formed a partnership with James Boorman Colgate. The firm Trevor & Colgage existed until 1872, at which time it was reformed under the name James B. Colgate & Co. Trevor continued as partner of this firm until his death in 1890.

In 1877, he built Glenview Mansion in Yonkers, New York. This residence stands today as part of the Hudson River Museum. Trevor was a Presidential Elector in 1880 and was for a time a director of the Northern Pacific Railway.

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