John Torrey Linzee


John Torrey Linzee attended St. Paul’s School from 1867 to 1872 and is a member of the Form of 1873.

The following information about Linzee was published in the Harvard College Class of 1877 seventh report (pg. 150-51):

Born at Nahant, Mass., Aug. 6, 1856. Son of Thomas Coffin Amory and Sarah Parker (Torrey) Linzee. Prepared at St. Paul’s School, Concord, N. H., and Hopkinson’s School, Boston, Mass. In College: 1873-77. . .

After leaving college Linzee went to Europe in June, 1877, and traveled on the Continent until Dec., 1878, when he returned to Boston. He went into business Feb. 1, 1879, with the firm of E. Rollins Morse & Brothers, brokers, as a clerk, and was made a partner in 1891, but had to retire in 1899 on account of illness. His health improving, he again took up business as manager of the office at Bar Harbor, Me., of Hayden, Stone & Company, brokers, which he finally gave up after five years’ service, since he had the misfortune to break both his legs at the ankle in 1915. His winters were passed in Boston, Mass., and his summers at Bar Harbor, Me.

Harvard, Hopkinson’s School, Boston, Bar Harbor


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