|Known for||Founder of Timberland|
|Relatives||Jeffrey Swartz (grandson)|
Nathan Swartz (July 1902 - ?) was an American shoemaker and businessman, and the founder of The Timberland Company.
Nathan Swartz was born to a poor Jewish family in July 1902 in Odessa, Russian Empire, the fourth generation of a family of shoemakers. Soon before the First World War, the family migrated to the US.
Swartz lost several fingers in an industrial accident.
Swartz retired in 1968.
He had two sons, Herman and Sidney.
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