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Atlantic." He is senior partner of Hammond, Harvey & Braxton,
industrial bankers, 90 Broad Street, New York City. He is Captain
Paul Hammond, OBE, U.S.N.R., R.I.D.
In 1939 Mr. and Mrs. Hammond helped Prof. Samuel E. Morison organize the Harvard-Columbus expedition. His aim was to verify the ancient accounts of the four voyages of Christopher Columbus. The barkentine Capitana was acquired and Paul Hammond was in command of her for three months. The outcome of this expedition was Professor Morison's book ADMIRAL OF THE OCEAN SEA, published in two volumes in March, 1942, by Little Brown & Co., Boston. A one-volume edition was selected by the Book-of-the-Month Club for March, 1942.
Mrs. Hammond was President of the Association of the Junior Leagues of America, Inc., from 1922-1924. She is a member of the Colony Club and the River Club of New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Hammond reside at Muttontown Lodge, Syosset, L.I., N.Y. Children (of Susan Ridley Sedgwick Swann and her first husband, Arthur W. Swann):
1. Lucy, b. May 9, 1910, at Munich, Germany. (B44,152,1)
2. Lilian Louisa, b. April 17, 1912, at New York City. (B44,152,2)
1. Lilian Livingston, b. February 20, 1933, at Cambridge, Mass. (B44,152,11)
2. Herman Livingston, 3d, b. January 24, 1936, at Philadelphia. (B44,152,12)