George Crocker



George Crocker (1856-1909) was the second oldest child of railroad executive Charles Crocker, one of "The Big Four" that included Leland Stanford, Collis Huntington and Mark Hopkins. George became second vice president of the Southern Pacific Railroad and was a director of several other companies. He moved from California to New York in the 1890s.

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