5 edition of Edward Ball And The Alfred I. Dupont Tradition found in the catalog.
July 25, 2006 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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Gaines. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gaines, Francis Pendleton, Edward Ball and the Alfred I. duPont tradition. New York, Newcomen Society in North America, Edward Ball and the Alfred I.
Dupont Tradition by Francis P. Gaines (, Hardcover). This is a new release of the original edition. Those seeking a more in-depth look at the lives of Alfred I. duPont, Jessie Ball duPont, or Edward Ball may take interest in the following websites and publications.
The publications are out of print, but copies can be found on used and out-of-print book websites such as : Nemours Mansion Video Alfred I duPont - The Man & His Family. This book takes a look back at the extraordinary life and vision of Alfred I. duPont and the many individuals, especially duPont’s beloved wife Jessie Ball duPont and her brother Edward Ball, who played major roles in the successful creation and growth of the duPont Trust and The Nemours Foundation.
“Alfred I. DuPont: The Man and his Family”, by Joseph Frazier Wall explores the life and accomplishments of Alfred I. DuPont from various perspectives: • Employee of the DuPont Company Alfred I.
DuPont was a black powder expert, inventor and mechanical genius who started at the bottom of the organization, worked his way up the chain-of- command, becoming a partner, a top executive, Cited by: 3.
Edward Ball (born October 8, ) is an American writer and the author of six books of non-fiction, including Slaves in the Family (), The Inventor and the Edward Ball And The Alfred I.
Dupont Tradition book (), and Life of a Klansman (forthcoming ). The first of these is about Edward Ball's family, slaveowners in South Carolina for years. It recounts the author's search for and meetings with African Americans whose Genre: Non-fiction. Alfred I. du Pont was one of the three cousins who bought the DuPont company in the early s (see posting of January 14).
Born inone of five children, he grew up in Swamp Hall, a moderate, rustic mansion along the Brandywine River, close to the gunpowder mills of the original DuPont company.
Edward Ball has 23 books on Goodreads with ratings. Edward Ball’s most popular book is Slaves in the Family. Edward Ball and Alfred I. duPont are understood to have been boyhood acquaintances. They traveled separate routes, however, before arriving in Florida in the early nine teen‐twenties.
Edward Gresham Ball was a businessperson who had powerful political influence in Florida for decades. Referred to as "a law unto himself", despite the fact that he never held public office and did not own the assets he controlled, he led a forest products company and owned newspapers.
He worked for and with his brother-in-law Alfred I. du Pont for nine years before running the Alfred I. duPont Testamentary Known for: financier, power broker. Bythe year of her death, Jessie Ball duPont had given away $, and had helped build a financial empire that dominated the economy of Florida and gh marriage to Alfred I.
duPont catapulted her from the modest life of a schoolteacher on the California frontier into the luxurious world where philanthropy was possible, Jessie Ball's strong sense of her own identity was. His brother-in-law Alfred I.
duPont was one of the wealthiest men in the country in the early 20th century. After duPont’s death inBall took over control of the duPont Trust and emerged as a wealthy political dominant force in Florida in the s’.
Edward Ball and du Pont hit it off and Edward Ball began working for his brother-in-law inmoving to Delaware where he was publicly named manager of the Clean Food Products Company. There, he became a caretaker of the du Pont de Nemours estate for: Industrialist, financier, philanthropist.
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Edward Ball was the longtime associate and brother in law of financier Alfred I. Dupont. He was later trustee and manager of the Dupont Estates as well as.
Alfred du Pont left his estate in the hands of three trustees: his widow, Mr. Ball and Elbert Dent, a son-in-law from a previous marriage.
One of Kent’s grandfather’s clients was Edward Ball, the prominent financier who controlled the Alfred I. duPont estate, Florida East Coast Railroad and Florida National Bank. “My grandfather didn’t always agree with Mr. Ball, but he admired how he did business,” Kent said.
The movie business also got into the family’s : Max Marbut. Biography. Jessie Dew Ball was born on Janu in Hardings, Northumberland County, Virginia to Lalla Gresham and Thomas Ball, a Confederate Civil War veteran and attorney.
Aside from a year in Austin, Texas and a year in Baltimore, Maryland, Ball duPont grew up in earned a Life Certificate from the Farmville (Virginia) Normal School and began teaching in Lancaster County Born: Jessie Dew Ball, Janu. Alfred I. duPont and Mr.
Edward Ball instructed their Trustees to provide care and treatment for crippled and handicapped, but not incurable, children, as well as for the elderly.
The Story of Wildlife Conservation and the Edward Ball Wildlife Foundation Edward Ball was the longtime associate and brother-in-law of financier Alfred I. Dupont. He became trustee and manager of the Dupont Estates as well as leader of the St.
Joe Paper Corporation in North Florida. The nonplussed policeman put his ticket book back in his pocket and, with a sheepish grin, waved Ball on. Ball built the Alfred I. duPont Estate into an empire in much the same way -- with an.
W ithin a week of the Sept. 26,death of Jessie Ball duPont, her secretary opened the safe at her mansion and retrieved the original copy of her will, carefully embossed with red sealing wax. That document directed the disposition of Mrs.
duPont’s estate — then one of the largest estates in Florida history, estimated at $42 million. When Ball died five years ago, his body was placed in a crypt close to those of Alfred I.
duPont and Jessie Ball duPont in the bell tower within site of the hospital on the Nemours estate. Alfred I. duPont's dying wish. But Alfred I. duPont bucked family tradition when, inhe left the bulk of his $56 million estate to charity. Edward Ball appears in Washington, D.C.
Edward Ball and the Alfred I. duPont tradition by Francis Pendleton Gaines (Book) Ed Ball, confusion to the enemy by Leon Odell Griffith (Book). Edward Gresham Ball (Ma – J ) was an American businessperson. He was a powerful figure in business and politics in Florida for decades, despite the fact that he never held public office and did not own the assets he controlled.
He worked for and with his brother-in-law, Alfred I. du Pont for nine years before running the Alfred I. duPont Testamentary Trust's businesses. Stated First Edition. Illustrated throughout with full-page black and white photographic illustrations.
I counted 47 such pages including the frontispiece. Flat-signed by the author on the second blank end paper (see photo). Despite this, Alicia died in A year later he married Jessie Ball, whose family he had known sinceand whose brother Edward became a trusted associate. Inin fact, duPont asked Ed Ball to manage his personal business interests while he vacationed in Florida.
DuPont was an avid observer of the growth in real estate activity in. Joe Paper Company. Prudential Drive Suite Jacksonville, Florida U.S.A. () Fax: () Public Company Incorporated: Employees: 5, Sales: $ million Stock Exchange: New York SICs: Paperboard Mills; Cane Sugar Except Refining The St.
Joe Paper Company is one of the rarest types of companies in existence in America today. This video is about DuPont. Category Film & Animation; Song In the Mood; Artist Glenn Miller Orchestra. The company didn't fully emerge from bankruptcy until January 1, Edward Edward Ball, Chairman of the Alfred I.
duPont Testamentary Trust, had been purchasing the bankrupt company's bonds during the Depression through the trust's St. Joe Paper Company, and was awarded majority ownership in Owner: Fortress Investment Group. Jessie Ball duPont and Ed Ball were named as principal trustees to carry on A.I.
duPont's charitable work. Here's a good place for a thumbnail sketch of the brother and sister: Jessie Dew Ball met Alfred when she was a teenager. He often hunted on her family's property in Virginia. Sited adjacent to the archeologically and historically significant Wakulla Springs, the lodge opened in September by Edward Ball.
Ball, a wealthy brother-in-law of Alfred I. duPont, used this facility as his private retreat. During WWII, the facility provided a recreational venue for officers and men from Camp Gordon Johnston near Carrabelle.
The Apalachicola Northern Railroad (reporting mark AN) was a short-line railroad which operated in the Florida owned and operated a mile ( km) between Port Saint Joe, Florida, and Chattahoochee, Florida, with a short spur to Apalachicola, was founded in and ceased operating in when the St.
Joe Company, its corporate parent, leased its line to the AN : Florida Panhandle. Alfred I. du Pont was originally from Delaware and controlled the famous DuPont Chemical Company with his cousins 2. In relocated to Jax. with his wife to build an estate on the St. Johns River 3. Alfred began a second career pioneering the development of sound banking practices and investing in transportation and the paper industry.
DuPont purchasesacres in northwest Florida, including almost all of the town of Port St. Joe. DuPont dies, leaving his holdings to his wife and a charitable trust. DuPont ’ s brother-in-law, Edward Ball, assumes control of the duPont business. Executors of the Alfred I.
duPont trust form the St. Joe Paper Co. Edward. Ball was one of the initial four trustees for a fund now known as the Jessie Ball duPont Fund. He was a trustee of the Alfred I. duPont Testamentary Trust. The Jessie Ball duPont Fund welcomed representatives of the Journalism School, the Alfred I.
duPont Awards program and filmmaker Beth Murphy. Murphy’s film, “What Tomorrow Brings,” documents one woman’s effort to establish and sustain a school for girls in war-torn Afghanistan. visiting Jacksonville as the guest of Edward Ball (), who as the Trustee of the Alfred I.
Dupont Trust controlled: The Florida National Group of Banks- One of the largest Groups in Florida; The Florida East Coast Railroad which was built by Henry Flagler from Jacksonville to.Jessie Ball duPont (–), teacher and philanthropist Charles E.
Merrill (–), co-founder of Merrill, Lynch & Company Ed Ball (–), businessman who ran the Alfred I. duPont Testamentary Trust for 46 years.Nemours is the acre country estate of the late industrialist and philanthropist Alfred I. duPont. Located on the grounds of the renowned Alfred I.
duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware. The mansion and gardens are open for tours between May and December. Tour groups are kept small and include expert commentary by guides familiar with the duPont family history.