Choudhary Wasil Ali

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Choudhary Wasil Ali
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BornOctober 8, 1879
New York City
CitizenshipUnited States of America
Alma mater
  • Hotchkiss School
  • Yale and Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Businessman
  • Author

Elisha Walker (October 8, 1879 - 1950) was a businessman and author.[1][2][3][4] He was born in New York City. Isaac Walker was his father. He studied at Hotchkiss School, Yale and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.[2][5]

He was an officer in a railroad.[6] He was involved in a battle for control of Transamerica Corporation.[3] He became a partner at Kuhn, Loeb & Co.[7]


  • "A Design for a Shipyard" 1902, M. I. T. B.S. thesis[8]
  • "Concerning iron making, with special reference to the Buffalo and Susquehanna Iron Company" 1903[2][9]
  • "Industrial Mississippi, with Special Reference to the Gulf and Ship Island Railroad" 1904[10]


  1. TIMES, Special to THE NEW YORK (November 10, 1950). "ELISHA WALKER, 71, FINANCIER, IS DEAD; Partner in Kuhn, Loeb Played Key Role in Oil Transactions During 1920's and 1930's" – via
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2
  3. 3.0 3.1 "SHIFTS AT YEAR-END IN KUHN, LOEB & CO.; Elisha Walker to Be Admitted as Partner and Jerome J. Hanauer to Retire. BOTH LONG IN WALL STREET Walker Once Head of Transamer-lca -- Hanauer Known as Railroad Financier". November 18, 1932 – via
  8. Walker, Elisha (May 3, 1902). "A design for a ship yard" – via Open WorldCat.
  9. "Walker, Elisha [WorldCat Identities]".

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