Frederick A. Jordan (b. 1847) was foreman of the chasing room. After apprenticing at Gorham, he worked at Tiffany & Co. before returning to Gorham. When the firm opened their new factory in 1890, he was in charge of the room of 45 chasers. In 1900, his salary was raised to $50 per week, making him the highest paid person in the chaser's room. At the 1900 Paris Exhibition, William Christman Codman and F.A. Jordan were both awarded gold medals. Jordan retired May 19, 1907.
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