Henry Giessenbier (1892–1935) was an American banker in St. Louis, Missouri of German ancestry. He became the founder of the Young Men's Progressive Civic Association in 1915 and the United States Junior Chamber in 1920.

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  • Henry Giessenbier (1892–1935) was an American banker in St. Louis, Missouri of German ancestry. He became the founder of the Young Men's Progressive Civic Association in 1915 and the United States Junior Chamber in 1920. (en)
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  • Henry Giessenbier (1892–1935) was an American banker in St. Louis, Missouri of German ancestry. He became the founder of the Young Men's Progressive Civic Association in 1915 and the United States Junior Chamber in 1920. (en)
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