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James Robert Dominick

James Robert Dominick was born at Houston, Miss., December 9, 1863, and lived in that State until he grew to young manhood.  He was graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1884, and was employed in a general store until August, 1886, when he moved to Kansas City.  The third day after his arrival he went to work for the American National Bank, where he rapidly rose to the positions of assistant cashier and cashier.  

In October, 1900, Mr. Dominick organized the Traders' Bank of Kansas City and became its president.  This institution started with a capital of $50,000, and has already doubled it.  Mr. Dominick was married to Miss Gertrude Mastin October 28, 1894.  He belongs to the Commercial Club and the Manufacturers' Association.
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