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This article was published in 1898.
388 articles were published that year.

This article has a primary subject code of "Insurance Companies" (II D 2).
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  • Abendpost -- December 31, 1898
    Germania Life Insurance Company.

    Every German-American can be proud of the Germania Life Insurance Company. This Company was established in 1860 by Hugo Wesendonck. This concern did not desire to glory in extra-ordinary results, but to act in the interest of the insured, according to the best German principles. This characteristic has prevailed up to this time.

    The Germania Life Insurance Company is the only American Insurance Company, which is permitted to function in the whole German Empire. Two Separate investigations of their business method and financial standing resulted in a testimony confirming their methods and standing as sound. Mr. B. Goldsmith and Dr. L. Starkel are the local General Managers. Their office is located at 79 N. Dearborn Street.

    German
    II D 2