Association of Centenary Firms and Corporations of the United States, Second Issue.
After a lengthy correspondence, conducted by Mr. Burnet Landreth, with a number of business men, concerning the advisability of forming an Association of Centenary Firms and Corporations of the United States, the first formal meeting was held on June 12, 1889, at the office of D. Landreth & Sons, Philadelphia.
The primary object of the Association shall be to record historically the date of establishment and the development of such Commercial, Manufacturing, and Banking Establishments in the United States as have been continuously conducted, or have been in continuous ownership by one family or their collateral descendants, for a period of one hundred (100) years or over.
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