JP Morgan (1837-1913) became one of the wealthiest individuals in the world. Starting as an accountant. Morgan developed the banking firm of JP Morgan in 1895. In 1891 he merged the Edison Electric Company with Thompson-Houson to form General Electric, one of the original companies with the Dow Jones Index. Morgan had great links with the financial world in London and often made arrangements for British banks to fund industrial projects in America. This check represents JP Morgan's British-American financial link. J. P. Morgan's Last Will may be described as the "Mother of Last Wills." It is an extensive but masterfully crafted Last Will, detailing the disposal of one of the greatest fortunes of the twentieth century. Among the benficiaries were his employees, for whom he set up generous trust funds to provide a lifetime of annuity payments. J. P. Morgan's Last Will provides a fascinating insight into one of the world's greatest business minds. It is one of our most popular downloads, particularly among attorneys of the rich and famous. This reproduction would look great in an album or display.