Classified Advertisement, June 2, 1901 New York Times
HENRY CLEWS & CO.
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Henry Clews wrote the book 28 Years in Wall Street, a late 19th century account of business in New York's financial district. He also wrote a section in King's Views of the New York Stock Exchange.
Mr. Clews was a powerful force in New York society and business and played a significant role in organizing civil society to take down William Tweed, the "Boss" of Tammany Hall.
Lunch at the Clews' residence. Nicola Tesla is seated at right with head propped on his right hand.