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As a young man, Jones found opportunities to borrow money in order to establish credit. He borrowed in excess of his need, and kept the extra cash in a savings account.

The test came with the Panic of One of the largest and oldest of Houston's banks, the T. House Bank, failed amidst this economic recession.

Yet even during the bank panic, Jones was able to sell enough mortgage paper and draw on enough credit from other banks to repay the loan.

So he stood ready to make new investments after the worst of the recession ended. Sometime after , Jones organized the Texas Trust Company.

By , he had become president of Houston's National Bank of Commerce. This bank later merged with Texas National Bank in to become the Texas National Bank of Commerce, renamed to Texas Commerce Bank which grew into a major regional financial institution.

In two local banks were in danger of failing. Public National Bank faced a clientele demanding cash and Houston National Bank had too many distressed loans.

Public National Bank had barely enough cash on hand to last through Saturday, October The next day, Jones hosted a meeting of local bankers at his office in the new Gulf Building.

He urged his banking colleagues to assist in stabilizing the two distressed banks to prevent a general panic among local depositors.

Despite a faction of bankers who wanted to let the two banks fail, Jones and Baker prevailed, with Jones buying out Public National Bank, Joseph Meyers Interests buying out Houston National Bank, and a consortium of banks and utility companies all contributing to the bailout fund.

Customers of Public National Bank gained access to their accounts on October Foster stressed his editorial independence, while Jones vowed that he was willing to risk financial loss and personal safety to side against the KKK.

They were in agreement with her strong stance against the Klan, but Jones refused to support her candidacy because of the corruption of her husband during his tenure as governor.

In , Jones became the sole owner of the Houston Chronicle and named himself as publisher. Jones helped to secure funding for the Houston Ship Channel.

When bond sales for the Harris County Houston Ship Channel District lagged, he met with Houston bankers and extracted a pledge from each one to buy the district's bonds proportionate to their market capitalizations.

The Wilson Administration offered positions to Jones such as the Undersecretary of the Treasury, two ambassadorships, and most notably, Secretary of Commerce.

Jones opposed this expenditure, and resigned from the board with other directors when the city approved the project.

From until the end of World War II, Jones dedicated his activities to the nation, spending more time in the federal capital than in his home town.

Jones worked in an office building facing the White House, and eventually he had personal access to the President.

During the coordination of Red Cross parades in various American cities, he asked that the President make a speech on the day of the parade in New York City to support fundraising efforts.

Wilson was reticent and had not made an oral public address since his declaration of war against Germany.

Jones, per Wilson's request, appointed Cleveland Dodge as the presiding officer of the event, though Jones also directed Dodge to choose a venue suitable for a presidential address.

On the day of the parade, President Wilson made an impromptu speech to a full Metropolitan Opera House, which included his justification for war against Germany, lauded the work of the American Red Cross, admonished Wall Street bankers against wartime profiteering, and offered an entreaty to Americans to donate money to the Red Cross.

Other cities matched or exceeded this amount, but Jones vowed that Houston would beat the others in hospitality. When Jones returned to Texas from Washington, D.

At Union Station , 50, Houstonians staged a homecoming for Jones, replete with marching bands, bunting, and banners.

This hero's welcome preceded the decision by the Democratic Convention to select a site, though Walter Lippman and the New York Evening Post predicted that Houston would be chosen.

Upon opening, the RFC had staff positions available. However, Hoover sold the RFC as a program to assist smaller institutions.

Bank of America retired its loan with the RFC, paying interest and principal within two years. Other loans were not successful.

Jones opposed a loan to the Missouri Pacific, concerned that the taxpayers would be stuck with their bill. This led some to refer to Jones as "the fourth branch of government.

Jones criticized Hoover's execution of the RFC as too little and too late. Congress and the new president, Franklin D. Roosevelt, created a new Emergency Banking Act on March 9, President Roosevelt announced a "bank holiday," a moratorium on banking activity while federal bank inspectors examined the books in order to determine which financial institutions were viable.

After the bank holiday, all financially sound banks would resume business. For persons who were unable to access their accounts, another part of the act authorized the executive branch to reorganize failed banks in order to free up frozen assets.

The RFC was empowered to invest financial institution through their preferred stocks. Seventy percent of America's banks reopened after just six days.

Jones's task as the new chair of the RFC was to reopen another 2, banks. He began with the reorganization of two of Detroit's largest banks by collaborating with Alfred P.

Sloan of General Motors. President Woodrow Wilson offered Jones the position of United States Secretary of Commerce , but Jones decided instead to remain in Houston and focus on his businesses.

Roosevelt in , and he served until This tactic did not work because Jones accepted the new post while retaining his old job as Federal Loan Administrator.

Though the nomination for the vice-presidency had been decided by the Democratic convention delegates in previous election cycles, the decisions at the convention in Chicago were being manipulated by the President.

Roosevelt rejected Jones as a running mate because he considered him to be too conservative to properly serve his agenda.

Henry Wallace was dropped from the ticket as Vice President in Roosevelt was reelected and asked Jones to resign as Secretary of Commerce, which he did on January 21, The next day he resigned from RFC and all other government positions.

The letters criticized Roosevelt's decision to name Wallace as Secretary of Commerce. Jones testified on the first day that he did not believe that Wallace was a suitable candidate.

He characterized Wallace as a visionary who lacked business experience. Sometime during the five hours of testimony the next day, Wallace touted his own business experience, but sought to restrict the scope of power from the Commerce Department and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, which he claimed were exploited by business interests.

Jones returned to Houston early in In January, he had already found a new political project, and used his Houston Chronicle as a platform.

He expressed concern about "undesirable [commercial] encroachments" and advocated for land use zoning as a method for protecting residential areas.

This was in response to Jones and other zoning advocates in Houston. Cullen believed zoning regulations to be socialist and un-American.

Jones published Cullen's opinion opposing zoning in Houston. He accused Jones of being an outsider because Jones had lived away from Houston for twenty-five or thirty years.

In addition, he charged Jones with trying to run the city with the "assistance of New York Jews," [55] and vowed to resign his chair at the Board of Regents at the University of Houston.

Jones published Cullen's commentary and his own response to it in the Houston Chronicle two days before the zoning vote. Jones wrote that many other American cities had zoning in rebuttal to Cullen's claim that zoning was "un-American and German.

Jones was associated with a group of Houston political and social leaders known as the Suite 8F Group , named for the apartment number at the Lamar Hotel maintained by George and Herman Brown.

Jones owned the hotel and resided in the building's penthouse, upstairs from the Browns' suite. Hobby , Robert E. Smith, and Gus Wortham.

Historian Joseph Pratt characterized Jones as "the godfather" of the group. In , they established the Houston Endowment to organize their philanthropic endeavors.

Their Commerce Company was already established as a conglomeration of most of the family business interests. Moore as the first trustees.

During the first seven years, Houston Endowment focused its donations on education. From , Jones had not cashed any paychecks he earned through his various federal government positions through In , he signed them all over to the Houston Endowment.

Another program supported nursing candidates at the University of Houston. The name for the all-women's dormitories honored Mary Gibbs Jones. His duty was to rule over the Tekram market of Saxet Texas.

This was a gag repeated in Houston from to , and the week-long festival included dances and parades.

The crowning of Jones as King Nottoc after living in Houston for just four years symbolized a quick acceptance into local society. In , Jones received an honorary Doctor of Law degree from Southwestern University , [67] and another from Oglethorpe University in Houston honored Jones with "Jesse H.

Jones Day" on December 26, The pronouncement was made by Houston Mayor Oscar Holcombe. The Scottish Rite Temple provided the venue for a ceremony, where there was the first public viewing of a bronze bust of Jones sculpted by Enrico Cerracchio.

In , the Alabama-Coushatta tribe named Jones Chief Cue-ya-la-na when they accepted him into their community. The name translates as "Yellow Pine," symbolic of the tallest being within their local environment and a being which serves all members of their community.

Her house was located at the corner of Anita and Main Street, south of downtown Houston. Jones managed the estate of his uncle, M.

Jones, and continued to act as a business manager for his aunt and his cousins for many years. Much of his social life revolved around them, too.

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Jones most important role was in the Reconstruction Finance Corporation RFC — , a federal agency originally created in the Herbert Hoover administration which played a major role in combating the Great Depression and financing industrial expansion during World War II.

Roosevelt expanded the powers of the RFC and promoted Jones to the chairmanship in With the combined authority of these various federal posts, Jones was arguably the second most powerful person in the nation, which is confirmed by Roosevelt's nickname for him, "Jesus Jones".

After leaving Washington, Jesse and Mary Jones focused on philanthropy, working through the Houston Endowment, a non-profit corporation they founded in Though most of this giving was focused on Texas, some of it flowed to Tennessee and Massachusetts.

Much of their philanthropy concentrated on education, including large gifts for a business school at Texas Southern University and another to establish Jones College at Rice University.

However, they also made substantial donations to hospitals and for the arts. Jesse H. Jones descended from Welsh ancestors who made Virginia their first landing place in North America, sometime in the s.

After settling there briefly, they relocated to the Chowan River in North Carolina , remaining there for at least a century. In , Eli Jones and one of his brothers, headed west, eventually deciding to an area now known as Robertson County, Tennessee.

William, one of Eli's sons, established himself as a farmer there, and married a neighboring farmer's daughter, Laura Anna Holman.

The farm was sufficient to provide for all of the needs of the family and grow tobacco for sale, partly from their own efforts, and partly from the work of enslaved persons.

Nancy Jones Hurt, his aunt, moved in with the family along with her two sons. She was a "guide, physician, and clothes-maker of all the Jones children," and "a famous cook".

Several years earlier M. Aunt Nancy remained in Dallas and enrolled the children in local public schools, while William moved to Terrell to manage the M.

Jones Lumber Company and look after the firm's other lumberyards in northeast Texas. This allowed M. However, William only stayed for two years and returned with his large family to Robertson County, where he acquired a new farm to work.

So Jesse was back in Tennessee at the age of twelve. According to one biographer, this house was "the finest outside of Nashville.

They even shared food with less fortunate neighbors who struggled during the winter months, Jones recalled. Jesse had been a diligent worker as a boy, caring for the farm animals, and performing many common household chores.

During the summers when his family had lived in Dallas—when he was a young teenager—he hacked out weeds, picked cotton, and herded cattle.

He did not display the same diligence for school, and later, Jesse recalled many scoldings and punishments from his teachers. He allotted three acres to each son and provided them both with supplies.

Each of them would be allowed to keep any profits after they repaid their store accounts. He applied this experience to a job in the tobacco industry when he quit school after the eighth grade.

William Jones not only grew tobacco, but also traded the crop, and he also joined a partnership, Jones, Holman and Armstrong, which processed tobacco.

William put Jesse in charge of one of the tobacco factories. He was responsible for receiving or sometimes rejecting , classifying, warehousing, and shipping tobacco.

In addition, his name was on the company bank account, and he signed checks for the company's operations.

At the age of seventeen, Jesse and his family returned to Dallas. After several attempts to find a suitable job in Dallas and the surrounding region, Jesse started working in Hillsboro, Texas , at one of his uncle's lumberyards.

He performed manual labor, but also served the office side of the business, such as bookkeeping and debt collection.

He requested a fifty percent raise, arguing that he worked day and night. His uncle refused. Jesse quit not long before the death of his father, William Jones.

The will instructed that trustees manage the tobacco enterprise, while Jesse would assume control at age twenty-one. Jesse and his brother liquidated the tobacco inventory from their father's estate and spent the proceeds on their sisters' homes.

Jesse returned to Dallas and applied for a position with the M. An investigation of the Hillsboro yard, however, revealed that its manager had committed fraud.

The general manager of the company, C. Harris, fired that manager and hired Jesse as bookkeeper for the big Dallas yard. Harris made these decisions without consulting M.

In , with M. However, M. While Jesse was still managing a lumber yard in Dallas for M. Jones, he decided on a financial gambit while competing for the lumber trade related to the Texas State Fair in Dallas.

The association running the State Fair needed construction supplies for buildings and exhibits, but the lumber companies wanted personal guarantees from the directors.

Jesse, sensing an opportunity, decided to stand out from his competitors: he extended credit to the State Fair Association, with only the backing of gate receipts.

When M. These loans were repaid quickly and the Dallas lumber yard profited from the play. Despite these confrontations between M.

He was then responsible for the business affairs of his Aunt Louisa and his three cousins. Jesse managed a large estate: [14]. He was now in charge of tens of thousands of acres of timberland spread over three east Texas counties and parts of Louisiana.

The estate owned and operated sawmills and factories in Orange that had the daily capacity to turn hundreds of thousands of feet of raw timber into shingles, doors, windows sashes, and two-by-fours.

The logistics was equally huge: felled trees had to be moved to plants, and finished products had to be delivered to lumberyards located throughout the state and beyond.

With assistance and advice from trustees, Jones bought, sold, and managed the land, expanding the M. Jones Lumber Company even further.

He had money he had earned from selling investments in timber and some Spindletop deals for capital. The company charter announced an intention to purchase raw goods lumber , semi-finished goods cross ties , and milled goods, such as blinds, doors, and sash.

Other than retaining a single lumberyard, he permanently left active management of the timber and lumber business in or Jones began a flurry of building activity in He also commissioned a ten-story building for the Texas Company Texaco , and the company moved its headquarters to Houston.

The same year, he constructed a new plant for the rapidly growing Houston Chronicle in exchange for a half-interest in the company, which had been solely owned by Marcellus Foster.

Working with Captain James A. Baker , the president of Rice Institute's Board of Trustees, he razed the original structures and constructed the seventeen-story building, which he then leased from Rice.

The new Rice Hotel leased rooms, and was the center of Houston social life. After concluding his service with the Red Cross, Jones returned to Houston and resumed his business activities.

During this time he continued a collaboration with local architect Alfred C. Finn , with whom he had first worked on the Rice Hotel. In the mids, Jones increased his construction and development activity.

During the same period he started projects in Manhattan. A third building at Madison Avenue faced J. In addition to his real estate and political activity associated with Houston's Democratic National Convention, Jones continued multiple development projects in in other cities.

He commissioned an eighteen-story, mixed-use building in downtown Fort Worth, leasing the storefront and two more floors to the Fair Department Store.

He sited a sixteen-story medical office building on 61st street as just one of his projects in New York.

Back in Houston, several projects were under construction with no connection to the convention. The Gulf Building was completed the next year as the tallest structure in Houston, a distinction it held until He acquired his fourth hotel, a distressed sixteen-story building which he re-branded as the Texas State Hotel.

Jones built in New York: a story office tower on East 40th Street, his largest project to date. This he completed in the spring prior to the Stock Market Crash of As a young man, Jones found opportunities to borrow money in order to establish credit.

He borrowed in excess of his need, and kept the extra cash in a savings account. The test came with the Panic of One of the largest and oldest of Houston's banks, the T.

House Bank, failed amidst this economic recession. Yet even during the bank panic, Jones was able to sell enough mortgage paper and draw on enough credit from other banks to repay the loan.

So he stood ready to make new investments after the worst of the recession ended. Sometime after , Jones organized the Texas Trust Company.

By , he had become president of Houston's National Bank of Commerce. This bank later merged with Texas National Bank in to become the Texas National Bank of Commerce, renamed to Texas Commerce Bank which grew into a major regional financial institution.

In two local banks were in danger of failing. Public National Bank faced a clientele demanding cash and Houston National Bank had too many distressed loans.

Public National Bank had barely enough cash on hand to last through Saturday, October The next day, Jones hosted a meeting of local bankers at his office in the new Gulf Building.

He urged his banking colleagues to assist in stabilizing the two distressed banks to prevent a general panic among local depositors.

Despite a faction of bankers who wanted to let the two banks fail, Jones and Baker prevailed, with Jones buying out Public National Bank, Joseph Meyers Interests buying out Houston National Bank, and a consortium of banks and utility companies all contributing to the bailout fund.

Customers of Public National Bank gained access to their accounts on October Foster stressed his editorial independence, while Jones vowed that he was willing to risk financial loss and personal safety to side against the KKK.

They were in agreement with her strong stance against the Klan, but Jones refused to support her candidacy because of the corruption of her husband during his tenure as governor.

In , Jones became the sole owner of the Houston Chronicle and named himself as publisher. Jones helped to secure funding for the Houston Ship Channel.

When bond sales for the Harris County Houston Ship Channel District lagged, he met with Houston bankers and extracted a pledge from each one to buy the district's bonds proportionate to their market capitalizations.

The Wilson Administration offered positions to Jones such as the Undersecretary of the Treasury, two ambassadorships, and most notably, Secretary of Commerce.

Jones opposed this expenditure, and resigned from the board with other directors when the city approved the project. From until the end of World War II, Jones dedicated his activities to the nation, spending more time in the federal capital than in his home town.

Jones worked in an office building facing the White House, and eventually he had personal access to the President. During the coordination of Red Cross parades in various American cities, he asked that the President make a speech on the day of the parade in New York City to support fundraising efforts.

Wilson was reticent and had not made an oral public address since his declaration of war against Germany. Jones, per Wilson's request, appointed Cleveland Dodge as the presiding officer of the event, though Jones also directed Dodge to choose a venue suitable for a presidential address.

On the day of the parade, President Wilson made an impromptu speech to a full Metropolitan Opera House, which included his justification for war against Germany, lauded the work of the American Red Cross, admonished Wall Street bankers against wartime profiteering, and offered an entreaty to Americans to donate money to the Red Cross.

Other cities matched or exceeded this amount, but Jones vowed that Houston would beat the others in hospitality. When Jones returned to Texas from Washington, D.

At Union Station , 50, Houstonians staged a homecoming for Jones, replete with marching bands, bunting, and banners. This hero's welcome preceded the decision by the Democratic Convention to select a site, though Walter Lippman and the New York Evening Post predicted that Houston would be chosen.

Upon opening, the RFC had staff positions available. However, Hoover sold the RFC as a program to assist smaller institutions. Bank of America retired its loan with the RFC, paying interest and principal within two years.

Other loans were not successful. Jones opposed a loan to the Missouri Pacific, concerned that the taxpayers would be stuck with their bill. This led some to refer to Jones as "the fourth branch of government.

Jones criticized Hoover's execution of the RFC as too little and too late. Congress and the new president, Franklin D.

Roosevelt, created a new Emergency Banking Act on March 9, President Roosevelt announced a "bank holiday," a moratorium on banking activity while federal bank inspectors examined the books in order to determine which financial institutions were viable.

After the bank holiday, all financially sound banks would resume business. For persons who were unable to access their accounts, another part of the act authorized the executive branch to reorganize failed banks in order to free up frozen assets.

The RFC was empowered to invest financial institution through their preferred stocks. Seventy percent of America's banks reopened after just six days.

Jones's task as the new chair of the RFC was to reopen another 2, banks. He began with the reorganization of two of Detroit's largest banks by collaborating with Alfred P.

Sloan of General Motors. President Woodrow Wilson offered Jones the position of United States Secretary of Commerce , but Jones decided instead to remain in Houston and focus on his businesses.

Roosevelt in , and he served until This tactic did not work because Jones accepted the new post while retaining his old job as Federal Loan Administrator.

Though the nomination for the vice-presidency had been decided by the Democratic convention delegates in previous election cycles, the decisions at the convention in Chicago were being manipulated by the President.

Roosevelt rejected Jones as a running mate because he considered him to be too conservative to properly serve his agenda. Henry Wallace was dropped from the ticket as Vice President in Roosevelt was reelected and asked Jones to resign as Secretary of Commerce, which he did on January 21, The next day he resigned from RFC and all other government positions.

The letters criticized Roosevelt's decision to name Wallace as Secretary of Commerce. Jones testified on the first day that he did not believe that Wallace was a suitable candidate.

He characterized Wallace as a visionary who lacked business experience. Sometime during the five hours of testimony the next day, Wallace touted his own business experience, but sought to restrict the scope of power from the Commerce Department and the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, which he claimed were exploited by business interests.

Jones returned to Houston early in In January, he had already found a new political project, and used his Houston Chronicle as a platform.

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