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[Hamilton Manufacturing Company Article of Incorporation]
(1924-1936)

First meeting of incorporators: November 20, 1924,   pp. 5-14


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HA1ILTCT FOUNDATION INCORPOATED
First Meeting of Incornorators
-wo Rivers, viisconsin,
the signers of the Articles of Incorporation of HAILTON
FOU7DATION INCORPORATED (hereinafter called in these minutes
'The Cormoration") met at the office of The Hamilton Manufac-
turing Company in the City of Two Rivers, Manitowoc County,
Wisconsin, pursuant to Article Tenth of said Articles of In-
corporation; and for convenience the signers of said Articles
of Incorporation are hereinafte: called in these minutes the
"Incorporators".
The meeting was called to order by J. E. Hamilton,
who, on motion unanimously carried, was elected Chairman of
ne Chairman announced that the first business to
c&o e bf re the meeting would be the election of a temporary
secretary, to record the minutes of the meeting and to serve
until the election of officers of the corporation. On motion,
unanimously carried, Etta Hamilton was elected Temporary
Secretary.
The Chairman thereupon instructed the Temporary
Secretary to call the roll of Incorporators, which being done
disclosed the following persons as present, being all of the
Incorpcrators of said corporation:
J. E. Hamilton,
.Etta Hamilton,
-eorge S. Hamilton,
. C. Gowran,
2. 17. Suddard.
The following resolution was offered by H. C. Gowran:
VJEREAS, Article Sixth of the Articles of Incor-
poration of HAILTCIN FCUDATIO: IC0RPORATED provides
that the Incorporators shall choose the original mem-
bers of the corporation; and
WHEEAS, Section 180.02 of the Wisconsin Statutes,


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