John W. Grant
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With help from his grandfather, he was made president of the Gate City Loan, Saving and Banking Company at the age of 21. In 1902, he was a director of the Atlanta-based Third National Bank.
He married the daughter of Hugh T. Inman who gave him the Kimball House as a wedding gift. By this time Grant the younger was well-placed in Atlanta society, where he was heavily involved in the Capital City Club and Piedmont Driving Club.
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- Atlanta 1847–1890: City Building in the Old South and the New (1988), James Michael Russell, LSU Press
- 1921 biographical sketch w/photo
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