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Guillaume Alphonse Beaulieu


Grain & Freight, Sole Representative of the Armour Grain of Chicago, Board of Trade Building, Montreal. Born St. Jérome, Que., July 19, 1884, son of Louis Beaulieu and Valerie Nantel, sister of the late Honorable G. A. Nantel. Educated: Commercial course, St. Jérome. Governor, Nôtre-Dame Hospital, Montreal; Director and Secretary, St. Luc Hospital. Member, Fort William Grain Exchange, Fort William, Ont.; Winnipeg Grain Exchange, Winnipeg, Man.; Montreal Corn Exchange, Montreal; Board of Trade, Montreal; and Grain Dealers Association of Toledo. Married Eulalie Calibert, daughter of Paul Calibert, Leather manufacturer and Director of many organizations, Oct. 20, 1914; has one son, Guy, and one daughter, Louise. Clubs: Old Colony Club of New York; Press Club; Canada; Laval du Lac Golf; National Athletic. Recreations: Golf, travelling, theatre. Catholic. Residence: 763 St. Hubert Street, Montreal.


Source: Prominent People of the Province of Quebec, 1923-24, Montreal, Biographical Society of Canada, Limited, undated and unpaginated. Correct French spelling and accents have been restored.




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