In Memory Of James Alvin Smith

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James Alvin Smith

Businessman - Esterbrook Pen Company

James Alvin Smith was born in New York, on March 11, 1933, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Edward Smith of Uniontown, Pennsylvania. James grew up in New York City. He was a graduate of Mercersburg Academy and the University of Pennsylvania.

On February 15, 1958, he married Lillian (Lily) Leopold in New York...

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December 21, 2021


Posted by Palmer Smith

Miss you all the time. Taken too young, and so tragically.

January 1, 2000

On Eagles’ Wings - 270 Victim Remembrance Book p.239 - 2000 Edition

Posted by Foundation Staff

January 1, 1990

On Eagles’ Wings - 270 Victim Remembrance Book p.230 - 1990 Edition

Posted by Foundation Staff

February 16, 1958

New York Times - Lily Leopold Wed To James A. Smith

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October 14, 1957

New York Times - Miss Lily Leopold Future Bride of James Alvin Smith

Posted by Foundation Staff

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