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Marshall Field (1834–1906) founder of Marshall Field & Co., Chicago-based department store. In 1865, Field & Levi Leiter, accepted an offer to become senior partners at a dry goods establishment. In 1867, after they could afford a buy out, it was renamed "Field, Leiter & Col." By 1881 Field had forced Leiter to sell his share of the business, & changed the store's name to "Marshall Field & Co." He was a very active member of the Jekyll Is. Club aka The Millionaires Club on Jekyll Is…

Marshall Field (1834–1906) founder of Marshall Field & Co., Chicago-based department store. In 1865, Field & Levi Leiter, accepted an offer to become senior partners at a dry goods establishment. In 1867, after they could afford a buy out, it was renamed "Field, Leiter & Col." By 1881 Field had forced Leiter to sell his share of the business, & changed the store's name to "Marshall Field & Co." He was a very active member of the Jekyll Is. Club aka The Millionaires Club on Jekyll Is…

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The original Marshall Field Department Store (then called the Field and Leiter Store) at the corner of State and Washington, 1868, Chicago.

The original Marshall Field Department Store (then called the Field and Leiter Store) at the corner of State and Washington, 1868, Chicago.

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MARIE LEITER. LADY CURZON. Mary Leiter married George Curzon, who when made Viceroy of India, made Mary, Vicereine; the highest-ranking American in the history of the British Empire. THE HOKEY POKEY MAN AND AN INSANE HAWKER OF FISH BY CONNIE DURAND. AVAILABLE ON AMAZON KINDLE.

MARIE LEITER. LADY CURZON. Mary Leiter married George Curzon, who when made Viceroy of India, made Mary, Vicereine; the highest-ranking American in the history of the British Empire. THE HOKEY POKEY MAN AND AN INSANE HAWKER OF FISH BY CONNIE DURAND. AVAILABLE ON AMAZON KINDLE.

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This lady is related to me through my grandfather, Clarence Leiter. I haven't figured out where our joint ancestors are yet, but I will!  This lady is Mary Leiter Curzon.  She was the daughter of Levi Ziegler Leiter. At one time he was part owner of Field, Palmer,Leiter & Co., in Chicago, IL.

This lady is related to me through my grandfather, Clarence Leiter. I haven't figured out where our joint ancestors are yet, but I will! This lady is Mary Leiter Curzon. She was the daughter of Levi Ziegler Leiter. At one time he was part owner of Field, Palmer,Leiter & Co., in Chicago, IL.

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Mary Victoria Leiter's daughter Lady Alexandra Curzon and Edward "Fruity" Metcalfe on their wedding day in 1925. He would later serve as best man in the wedding of the Duke & Duchess of Windsor.

Mary Victoria Leiter's daughter Lady Alexandra Curzon and Edward "Fruity" Metcalfe on their wedding day in 1925. He would later serve as best man in the wedding of the Duke & Duchess of Windsor.

Lady Curzon's Boucheron tiara Lord Curzon married the American heiress, Mary Leiter, in 1895 after a long distance relationship and secret two-year engagement. Lady Curzon (1870-1906) accompanied her husband to India where, as Viceriene, she was the second highest ranking woman in the British Empire after the Queen

Lady Curzon's Boucheron tiara Lord Curzon married the American heiress, Mary Leiter, in 1895 after a long distance relationship and secret two-year engagement. Lady Curzon (1870-1906) accompanied her husband to India where, as Viceriene, she was the second highest ranking woman in the British Empire after the Queen

Mary Victoria Leiter 1887 Cabanel-C - Mary Curzon, Baroness Curzon of Kedleston - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mary Victoria Leiter 1887 Cabanel-C - Mary Curzon, Baroness Curzon of Kedleston - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

American Heiress MARY VICTORIA LEITER - whose father founded Marshall Fields - married GEORGE CURZON, 1ST MARQUESS CURZON OF KEDLESTON. His 2nd wife - Grace Hinds - was also an American.

American Heiress MARY VICTORIA LEITER - whose father founded Marshall Fields - married GEORGE CURZON, 1ST MARQUESS CURZON OF KEDLESTON. His 2nd wife - Grace Hinds - was also an American.

Yankee "Queen Of India!" Mary Victoria Leiter, Lady Curzon Of Kedleston | via The Esoteric Curiosa

Yankee "Queen Of India!" Mary Victoria Leiter, Lady Curzon Of Kedleston | via The Esoteric Curiosa