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Frederick Leadbetter

Frederick Leadbetter

American businessman
Frederick Leadbetter
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Intro American businessman
Was Financial professional Banker
From United States of America
Type Finance
Gender male
Birth 1 January 1875
Death 1 January 1948 (aged 73 years)
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Biography

Frederick W. Leadbetter (1875-1948) was an Iowa-born financier who made his fortune primarily in lumber and paper milling in the Pacific Northwest and California. He was married to Caroline Pittock, daughter of Oregonian publisher Henry Pittock, and with his father-in-law established Columbia River Paper Company and the Northwestern Bank, as well as several enterprises in his own right. His Queen-Anne-Style home on Lacamas Lake near Camas, Washington, complete with a three-story cupola, is a local landmark. He also maintained a residence in Portland. He was active in the management of his businesses, including the paper company, until his death in 1948.

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