With Midmer-Losh firm of Merrick, Long Island, NY, 1920; active in Queens, New York City, NY, 1927
With Midmer-Losh firm of Merrick, Long Island, NY, 1920, secretary-treasurer; partner with Reed Midmer, Jr. in Midmer-Light firm of Long Island, NY, c. 1918; active in Queens, New York City, NY, 1927.
Editor's Note: Middle initial is "B" in some records, unsure which is correct.
Reuben Midmer & Sons - Originally "Reuben Midmer" from 1860; "& Son" added 1875; became Midmer-Losh in 1924
Midmer-Light - Service firm
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