National Geographic : 1913 Jan
"The Leading Fire Insurance Company of America" STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY HARTFORD, CONN. On the 31st Day of December, 1912 Cash Capital . Reserve, Re-Insurance (Fire) Reserve, Re-Insurance (Marine) Reserve, Unpaid Losses (Fire) Reserve, Unpaid Losses (Marine) Other Claims Net Surplus . Total Assets . Surplus for Policy-Holders LOSSES PAID IN . $5,000,000.00 . 8,031,562.83 . 437,384.65 . 599,559.59 . 111,584.00 . 633,047.79 . 8,238,392.50 . $23,051,531.36 . $13,238,392.50 NINETY-FOUR YEARS: $132,981,553.48 WM. B. CLARK, President Vice-Presidents HENRY E. REES E. S. ALLEN A. N. WILLIAMS E. J. SLOAN, Secretary Assistant Secretaries GUY E. BEARDSLEY RALPH B. IVES W. F . WHITTELSEY, Jr., Marine Secretary WESTERN BRANCH: 175 W. Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Ills. PACIFIC BRANCH: 301 California Street, San Francisco, Cal. MARINE DEPARTMENT . ......... THOS. E. GALLAGHER, General Agent L. O . KOHTZ, Assistant General Agent L. O. KOHTZ, Marine General Agent A. G. SANDERSON, General Agent CHICAGO, 175 W. Jackson Boulevard NEW YORK, 63-65 Beaver Street BOSTON, 7C Kilby Street PHILADELPHIA, 226 Walnut Street SAN FRANCISCO, 325 California St. Agents in all the PrincipalCities, Towns, and Villages of the UnitedStates and Canada "Geographic readers may depend upon the character of our advertisers."