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 Consolidations : National Tube Company

Page entitled : The National Tube Company merger

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How E. C. Converse and J. P. Morgan worked out the merger of National Tube Works with its principal competitors to form an enlarged National Tube Company or Tube Trust  

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... the related Western Tube Co as well as the works and property of fifteen other tube manufacturing concerns as follows : the American Tube & Iron Company (with plants at Middletown Pa. and Youngstown Oh.); the Riverside Iron Works of Wheeling W.Va.; Morris, Tasker & Co (Southwark, Philadelphia) and the related Delaware Iron Co (New Castle, Del.); the Oil Well Supply Company’s tube works at   ...

 

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