BURRILL & STITT
10 BROAD ST. N. Y.
A New York brokerage firm. Interesting in part because it is reported to have considered investing in the Klondyke gold rush. One of its founders, George Stitt, died of a heart attack at 48 years of age on a New York subway train. The New York Times reported that he was unmarried and lived with his mother at 203 West 113th Street when he died.