ALBERT BARTLET MOSS
Who's Who in Finance
A Biographical Dictionary of Contemporary Bankers, Capitalists, and Others Engaged in Financial Activities in the United States and Canada
Edited by John William Leonard, Joseph and Sefton Publishers, 1911, Page 103
Banker, merchant; born Belvidere, Ill., Nov. 29, 1849; son of Edward and Mary (Carter) Moss; educated in private and public schools; married, Rock Springs, Wyo., March 10, 1880, Celia A. Mellor; five sons. Has been engaged In mercantile business for past forty years, having been head of one of the best and largest of Idaho concerns; was president Idaho Hardware and Implement Dealers' Ass'n: was late president Pacific Federation of Hardware and Implement Dealers' Association, comprising State organizations of Idaho, Oregon, Calif., Washington, and other adjoining states; and has been president of a leading bank in Idaho for more than twenty years;
now president of First National Bank of Payette, Moss Mercantile Co., Malheur Irrigation Co., Idaho Townsite Co.; treasurer Payette Valley Railroad Co.; director Midvale Mercantile Co. Has also been president of several of largest irrigation systems of western Idaho. Was Republican nominee for governor, 1898; has been for many years member Executive Board of Republican State Central Committee, and may times mayor of Payette. Republican. Idaho representative in National Red Cross Society; was president Idaho State Bankers' Ass'n; is chairman Board of Directors of Idaho Insane Asylum. Mason, Shriner, Odd Fellow. Clubs: Payette Commercial, Boise Commercial. Address: Payette.