Friday, December 18, 2009
Collectible United States Automotive Corp Stock
The formation of the United States Automotive Corp. was announced by President, Frank B. Ansted, at the New York Auto Show in 1920. It was a $10 million merger with the Lexington Motor Car Co., the Ansted Engineering Co., and The Connersville Foundry Corp., all from Connersville; plus the Teetor-Harley Motor Corp. of Hagerstown.
Records show that in 1922, United States Automotive Corporation, Lexington's parent company, owned ten different factories that were building parts for its cars.
Orange Preferred or Green Common Stock. Hamilton Bank Note Co. New York.
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