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Whitney Museum of American Art

MUSEUM

Founded 1931 by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney.

Official Website:
http://www.whitney.org/

Location:
Manhattan, NY

Founding Date:
1931

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Daniel C. Benton
Business
c. 1959   Andor Capital Management
Kathryn Bigelow
Film Director
27-Nov-1951   The Hurt Locker
Anne Cox Chambers
Business
1-Dec-1919   Billionaire, former US Ambassador to Belgium
Philip H. Geier, Jr.
Business
22-Feb-1935   CEO of Interpublic Group, 1980-2000
Thomas H. Glocer
Business
8-Oct-1959   CEO of Thomson Reuters
Frederick B. Henry
Philanthropist
c. 1946   President of the Bohen Foundation
Robert J. Hurst
Business
1945   Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs, 1999-2004
Henry Kaufman
Business
20-Oct-1927   Ex Managing Director, Salomon Brothers
Leonard Lauder
Business
c. 1933   Chairman of Estee Lauder
Raymond J. McGuire
Business
1957   Citigroup M&A executive
Eric Mindich
Business
1967   Eton Park Capital Management
Steven T. Mnuchin
Business
c. 1963   Dune Capital Management
Peter Norton
Computer Programmer
14-Nov-1943   Retired computer utilities programmer
James R. Patton, Jr.
Attorney
27-Oct-1928   Founder, Patton Boggs
John Price
Diplomat
18-Aug-1933   US Ambassador to Mauritius, 2002-05
Steven Roth
Business
c. 1941   CEO of Vornado Realty Trust
Henry R. Silverman
Business
1-Aug-1940   Chairman of Realogy
George Weissman
Business
12-Jul-1919 24-Jul-2009 CEO of Philip Morris, 1978-84
Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney
Business
9-Jan-1875 18-Apr-1942 Whitney Museum of American Art


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