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Posted on 16 Apr 2011 | 5,756 views
Pillsbury Stock Price After Stock Market Crash of 1929

In 1869, Charles A. Pillsbury established the Pillsbury Flour Mills Company. Pillsbury and Company was founded in 1872 by Charles Alfred Pillsbury and his uncle John Sargent Pillsbury. The company was the first in the United States to use steel rollers for processing grain. The finished product required transportation, so the Pillsbury’s assisted in funding railroad development in Minnesota.

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Posted on 16 Apr 2011 | 10,222 views
Eastman Kodak Stock After 1929 Stock Market Crash

Kodak’s origins rest with Eastman Dry Plate Company and the General Aristo Company, founded by inventor George Eastman in Rochester and Jamestown, New York. The General Aristo Company was formed in 1899 in Jamestown New York, with George Eastman as treasurer, and this company purchased the stock of American Aristotype Company.

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Posted on 14 Apr 2011 | 4,715 views
Macy Department Stores Stock After 1929 Crash

Macy’s was founded by Rowland Hussey Macy, who between 1843 and 1855 opened four retail dry goods stores, including the original Macy’s store in downtown Haverhill, Massachusetts. The Stock Market “Crash of ’29” and the following 1929-1932 Bear Market erased over 90% of “Macy’s” stock value.

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Posted on 9 Apr 2011 | 3,386 views
Ingersoll Rand Stock Price After Stock Crash of 1929

In 1871, Simon Ingersoll founded Ingersoll Rock Drill Company. In 1905 Ingersoll-Sargeant Drill Company merged with the Rand Drill Company to form Ingersoll Rand. Ingersoll Rand has largely grown by acquisition since that time. The Stock Market “Crash of ’29” and the following 1929-1932 Bear Market erased over 91% of “Ingersoll Rand’s” stock value.

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Posted on 8 Apr 2011 | 6,910 views
Otis Elevator Stock Price After 1929 Stock Market Crash

The Otis Elevator Company is the world’s largest manufacturer of vertical transportation systems today, principally focusing on elevators and escalators. The “Crash of ’29” and 1929-1932 Bear Market had wiped out over 97% of “Otis Elevator” stock value.