A Classification of American Wealth
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 Consolidations : American Tin Plate Company

Page entitled : The Tin Plate Trust

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How Daniel G. Reid and William Leeds built the American Tin Plate Company in Indiana into the Tin Plate Trust, using the Moore Brothers as corporate consolidators

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Reid and Leeds then approached the Moore brothers from Chicago and proposed them to evaluate the various tin plate plants operating in the USA and to negotiate the terms of a merger with their owners. The task was a monumental one, because the tin plate industry was quite atomized and the American Tin Plate Company, the cornerstone of the proposed combination, only owned two plants outright, and not even the largest  ...


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