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Title: Coast review
Year: 1871 (1870s)
Subjects: Insurance Insurance Mines and mineral resources Mines and mineral resources
Publisher: San Francisco : J.G. Riley
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library
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^___ . OHIO GERMAN FIRE Organized in 1901 INSURANCE COMPANYOf Toledo, O. STATEMENT SEPT. 30 Admitted Assets, 5,142 INet Surplus, ,873.12 T. J. KELEHER, Manager Northern Department, Merchants Exchange, SAN FRANCISCO R. J. JOHNS, Manager Southern Department, 713, Hellman Bldg., LOS ANGELES J. PERCY CARROLL, State Agent Reliable Agents Wanted in Every Town 83 The Coast Review Health and Accident Insurance *y, -.., g KIMBALL C. ATWOOD, President JA^~ SV /) WILFRID C. POTTER, Secretary Assets, January 1, 1908 ,672,826 00 Surplus and Reserve (includingCapital) for the Protection of C^J^^ Policyholders 1,434,660 00 of new york. Claims Paid, Over 7,000,000 00 HEALTH AND ACCIDENT POLICIES The Best Insurance for Business and Professional Men The Easiest Insurance for Agents to Sell Liberal Commissions and Renewal Contracts to Good MenTHOS. GODWIN, Manager Pacific Coast Department G C. FARRELL, Assistant Manager FREDERICK A. STERNS, General Agent, Mutual Savings Bank Bldg., San Francisco
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I860 lome 1908 Of…New York Forty-Eighth Year Home Life Insurance Co. GEORGE E. IDE, President A8SET8, ,004,853.63 LIABILITIES, ,440,398.20 (Exclusive of Dividend-Endowment Fund)Dividend-Endowment Fund (Deferred Dividends) . . $ 1,795,020 00 Net Surplus 769,435 43 Insurance in Force …… 86,193,296 87 The 48th Annual Report shows a gain in the accountof insuarance in force; that assets were increased nearly,000,000, and that over 0,000 was paid to policy-holders in dividends. Frank Sperling General Manager FOR California & Nevada 402-4-6 Claus Spreckels Bldg., San Francisco W. H. MOIR Manager Southern California Hellman Bldg.Los Angeles The Columbian National Life Ins Co. OF^MON- Incorporated under the laws of the state of MassachusettsThe ONLY Massachusetts Life Insurance Company on the NON-PARTICI-PATING plan with a DISABILITY CLAUSESplendid contracts offered responsible agents devoting exclusive time. For information address, JULIUS BOHM, General Agent, 414-16-19
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