Lindauer Brothers Company

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Lindauer Brothers Company was a Chicago dealer in men's goods that went bankrupt in 1888.[1][2][3]


  1. ^ "Lindauer Brothers". New York Times. November 16, 1888. Retrieved 2007-08-21. Chicago, November 15, 1888. The big firm of Lindauer Brothers Co., dealers in men's furnishing goods, whose place of business is at the southeast corner of Franklin and Adams streets, filed confessions of judgment in the Superior Court to-day aggregating $181,652.68.
  2. ^ Reminiscences and Comment: The Immigrant, the Citizen, a Public Office, the Jew. 1925. Lindauer Brothers, failing in business, confessed judgments in favor of numerous preferred creditors. There was no Federal bankruptcy law in force at that ...
  3. ^ Reports of Cases Decided in the Appellate Courts of the State of Illinois. Illinois Appellate Court. 1892.

Further reading[edit]

  • New York Times; November 18, 1888; Chicago, November 17, 1888. "The banks of this city, as a whole, will suffer a good deal of a loss by the failure yesterday of Lindauer Brothers Co., manufacturers of men's furnishing goods."
  • New York Times; November 19, 1888; Chicago, November 18, 1888. "That the assets of Lindauer Brothers Co. will even approximate in value the amount of the firm's indebtedness is denied by Kraus, Mayer Stein, the attorneys for a long list of creditors."