J. & W. Friend was an American auctioneering firm that operated in the early 20th century.[1][2] It had its headquarters at 64 Lispenard Street in the Manhattan borough of New York in 1926.[1][2]

On 6 December 1926, William Friend, an employee of this company, was arraigned along with alleged accomplice John A. Haas for the crime of defrauding the Columbia Bank of a substantial amount of money.[1][2]

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