B. F. Perkins Companies 1929 Officers' Banquet
Officers' Annual Banquet, Friday, Dec. 13th, 1929, at 6.30 o'clock P. M., Hotel Nonotuck, Holyoke, Mass. American Tissue Mills and B. F. Perkins & Son, Inc.
American Tissue Mills: Manufacturers of Crepe Paper, Tissue Paper and Waxed Paper Products. B. F. Perkins & Son, Inc.: Master Makers of Paper and Textile Finishing Machines -- Since 1873.
Names in this online transcription include Allen, Ashley, Aubrey, Baril, Battalico, Bellefeuille, Bernard, Bond, Brockway, Brosnan, Brown, Burnett, Celce, Chagnon, Chapin, Clark, Cole, Cunningham, Dean, Desroches, Dwyer, Eaton, Ewing, Foote, Geran, Getchell, Graham, Graves, Guinard, Hamilton, Harper, Haworth, Hermanson, Higgins, Holgate, Holmes, Hopkins, Kaas, Keens, Kelly, Kosinska, Kreuzer, Lacroix, Lade, Leonard, Maher, Marcotte, McEwan, Mescart, Mongeon, Mulkin, Nielsen, Norton, Otto, Parsons, Pauly, Perkins, Perron, Potter, Powers, Prechtel, Preston, Provost, Rankine, Rathman, Ross, Ryan, Sanderson, Saul, Savoy, Scharf, Senna, Shorrock, Sinclair, Smeddy, Smith, Stark, Stevens, Sugden, Tallard, Toye, Trudeau, Turner, Whalen, Wohlers, Woosnan.
Labels: Massachusetts, Employment Records
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