Littlefield, Andrew Sylvester

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Andrew Sylvester Littlefield Soundex Code L341

Andrew Sylvester Littlefield, president North American Railway Construction Company;

born: in Baltimore, Maryland, Monday, October 3, 1859;

son of John W. and Sally Littlefield, nee Sally Byrd;

educated in public schools;

married: Blanche Littlefield, nee: Blanche Worthington in Baltimore, in June, 1886;

children: Arthur, Raymond, Goodrich, and Worthington.

Began with the Baltimore Car Wheel Company, with which continued 8 years;

then came to Chicago as general sales agent for Lorain Steel Company, for which is still agent;

in 1898 organized the North American Railway Construction Company (which succeeded the American Railway Construction Company), of which he is president

Member: Chicago Association of Commerce.

Independent Republican.


Clubs: Union League Club,

Chicago Athletic Association,

Mid-Day Club,

Exmoor Country Club.

Office: Monadnock Building.

Home: 1224 W. Jarvis Avenue, 1917, 1919.

Source: Book of Chicagoans, 1917; Rogers Park Directory, 1919, page 48.