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The law of unintended consequences asks the money changers why they need to rape us
With the entry of the United States into the World War I, Julius H. Barnes, a grain salesman, and Prentiss Gray, a lumber shipping clerk, were given important posts in the newly created U.S. Food Administration under Herbert Hoover's direction.
Julius H. Barnes became President of the Grain Corporation of the U.S. Food Administration and Prentiss Gray was chief of Marine Transportation.
All three - Julius H. Barnes
, G. A. Zabriskie, Prentiss Gray - were agents for J. Henry Schroder Banking Corporation
in New York
Two of Hoover's principal assistants were ...
Two of Hoover's principal assistants were a former lumber shipping clerk from the West Coast, Prentiss Gray, and Julius H. Barnes, a grain salesman from Duluth.Both men became partners in J. Henry Schroder Banking Corporation in New York after the war, and amassed large fortunes, principally in grain and sugar.
With the entry of the United States into the war, Barnes
and Gray were given important posts in the newly created U.S. Food Administration, which also was placed under Herbert Hoover's direction.
...Barnes became President of the Grain Corporation of the U.S. Food Administration from 1917 to 1918, and Gray was chief of Marine Transportation.
Suite 2000 was also shared by the grain tycoon and partner of J. Henry Schroder Banking Corporation
, Julius H. Barnes
Duluth's Miscellaneous Manufacturers - Zenith City Online:
Duluth Boat Club financier Julius Barnes organized the Western Rug Company in 1909 (originally the Western Linen Company) to manufacture linen yarns from flax straw, which until then farmers considered waste product.
In 1924 its officers included Barnes' business partner, William Ames, and James Ten Eyck, the legendary coach of the Duluth Boat Club's national championship rowing squad.
Lark of Duluth
In 1913, one of Duluth's most honored citizens, Julius Barnes, entrepreneur, business leader, and philanthropist, wanted to fly.
As the president of the Duluth Boat Club, Barnes wanted to introduce his beloved city to aviation.
A celebration of flight was planned.
In December of 1929, Hoover's friend ...
In December of 1929, Hoover's friend Julius Barnes of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce presided over the first meeting of the National Business Survey Conference, a task force of four hundred leading businessmen designated to enforce the voluntary agreements.