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Director's Meeting,
Lynchburg Glass Corporation - August 12, 1924

These minutes were scanned, converted to text, and edited by Dennis Bratcher from original copies now in the Jones Memorial Library in Lynchburg, Virginia. The original minutes were typewritten. The text versions were converted to a screen font for ease of reading. As a result the exact formatting of the original has not been preserved. A scan of the original is below.


Meeting of the Directors of the Lynchburg Glass Corporation was held in the Directors Room of the Peoples National Bank at 11 A. M. August 12, 1924, with the following present:

N. D. Eller
John Victor
D. H. Dillard
R. C. Watts
C. M. Guggenheimer
C. L. Snidow
W. H. Loyd

Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved.

Financial Statement of the Corporation was read by the Secretary.

The President discussed his Western trip and the arrangements made with the Joslyn Manufacturing & Supply Co., of Chicago, and the new business thus secured.

The President also reported that the Company was getting some business from the Canadian General Electric Co. and that it looked as though this might develop into a splendid account.

The President reported on his recent visit to Atlanta with reference to the Coca-Cola franchise for bottles, stating that so far he had not been able to secure this franchise and that prospects were not particularly bright toward securing same.

After a thorough and full discussion of the business, it developed that the Board was unanimously of the opinion that it is necessary for the Company to have an additional line to manufacture in conjuncture with the Insulators. On motion of C. M. Guggenheimer, seconded by R. C. Watts, the following resolution was offered and unanimously passed: "That it be suggested to the President and he is hereby authorized to thoroughly investigate the fruit jar and battery jar business, particularly the battery jar business, and report the results of his investigation to the Board at the next meeting."

There being no further business the meeting adjourned.

_____[signed: N D Eller]____ President

___[signed: W H Loyd]__ Secretary