Julian Charvet is the founder of Charvet Automobiles and one of the leaders of Rittenhouse in the 20th century.
Julian Charvet founded Charvet Automobiles which became one of the largest car companies in Europe by the mid-20th century. At some point, he became a major player inside the organization Rittenhouse. In 1927 Charles Lindbergh was told by his father to contact Mister Charvet after he finished the first trans-Atlantic flight. After Charles Lindbergh divulged that Charvet was a member of Rittenhouse, Garcia Flynn paid him a visit to coerce information out of him. Charvet was killed by Flynn in May of 1927, but not before Charvet gave Flynn some information about a meeting of Rittenhouse members.