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Biographical Sketch of George A. Bingham

Bingham, George A.; real estate and insurance; born, Eaton, Lorain County, O., Nov. 24, 1872; educated, district and Elyria public schools, and Cleveland Spencerian Business College; came to Cleveland in 1888, as a clerk in Fries & Schuele Dry Goods Store; in 1890, started in the grocery and meat business for himself; engaged in that business for 20 years; manufacturer and inventor of “The Tru-Kut Cutter,” for lard and butter; in 1904, became identified in the real estate business with his father, under the firm name of A. L. Bingham & Son, located in The Arcade; since the death of his father, in 1911, he has continued in the same business making a specialty of selling grocery stores; he is a Progressive in politics.

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