Association of Centenary Firms and Corporations of the United States
Christopher Cower Company, 1916 - Business enterprises - 164 pages
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A. H. Hews admitted to partnership Alexander Brown Anthony Morris Asher Miner associated auger Bacon Baltimore became born Bros building Burnet Landreth Bush Centenary Firms Charles Warner Chestnut Street Child Christopher Sower Coleman du Pont Company conducted Congdon continued the business death Delaware Demuth died Edward erected established firm-name changed flour Founded founder Francis Jordan Freeman Frishmuth Gambrill Garrett George Small George Steinman grandson Gwynedd Hansell hardware Harrison Heinitsh Henry Carey incorporated iron J. J. Williams James January Jeremiah H John McAllister John Sellers Joseph Josiah G Lancaster Lucas manufacture Market Street Mathew Carey Millbourne Nathan Trotter partner Patapsco Mill Pennsylvania Perot Philadelphia Pierson Pont President Pugh purchased R. D. Wood retired Rhoads Sadtler Samuel Kirk Scaife Schieffelin Second Street Secretary sons succeeded Taylor Thomas Willcox Treasurer Tryon Vice-President white lead Whitney William Cranch Bond William H Wilmington Woolman York