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

Special meeting of members: October 26, 1931,   pp. 19-21


Page 19

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HAMILTON FOUNDATION INCORPORATFD
Special Meeting of Members.
ivers, Wisconsin.
U  te above da-1 at the hour oi tCo Oc o  . .
the members of HAILTO FOUNDATION INCORPORATED (hereinafter
called in these minutes the cornoration) met b. consent at the
office of Hamilton Manufacturing Company in the city of Two
Rivers, anitowoc County, Wisconsin, for the purpose of trans-
acting corporate business. Meeting called to order by J. F.
Hamilton, president. At the request of Etta Hamilton, secretary,
Mr. W. G. Dickson was appointed temporary secretary to transcribe
the minutes.
0ll call of the members showed the following present
n,  "istituting all of the present members of the corpor i-
tion (Mr. Thos. W. Suddard, a former member, having recently died):
J. F. Hamilton
Etta Hamilton
George . Hamilton
H. C. Gowran
The president read the following statement to the
members, and. requested that it be incorcorated in the minutes of
the meeting:
"Two hivers, 'Yisconsin.
October8, 19-1.
" h.tE  9crs of Hamilton Foundation Incorporated:
"Hamilton Foundation Incorporated was organized on
oveme, , , 1l24.  On November 10, 1924, the incorporators held
their first meeting and elected members, directors and officers,
and adopted by-laws, and took all other action necessary to
complete the organization of the corporation. The original
members, all of whom were elected the directors, were: J. F.
Hamilton, Etta Hamilton, George S. Hamilton, H. C. Gowran and
T. V. Suddard. The officers originally elected were J. F.
Hamilton, president; George S. Hamilton, vice president; and
Etta Hamilton, secretary and treasurer.


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