ALEXANDER, W. A. - Born near Corinth, Miss., thirty five years ago, and spent his entire life until 26 years
of age on a farm. Came to Chicago on a visit, and by accident concluded to enter the commercial world, since which
time he has been very successful, having accumulated large property, and built up a large business for the Fidelity
and Casualty Company, of New York, for which he is manager in its western department; is president of the Drexel
Railway Supply Company one of he most unportant corporations of its kind in the west; is a director in the Street
in Cairo," of the World's Columbian Exposition; is a member of the insurance auxiliary committee of the World's
Fair, and chairman of its employers' liability department; is vice-president of the Sheridan Road Association;
a Mason of high degree, and a member of the Chicago, Union League, Marquette and Sunset clubs.
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