A Classification of American Wealth
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 Consolidations : American Steel Hoop Company 

Page entitled : Constituent companies of the American Steel Hoop Company

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How the Moore brothers formed four distinctive trusts to absorb the companies of which parts were brought into the Tin Plate Trust, including American Steel Hoop Co 

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... American Sheet Steel Company took the (sheet) rolling mill and National Steel the rest of the steel plant. Another example was the Falcon [Iron & Steel] Company of Niles Ohio, whose tin-plate plant was separated from the steel sheet rolling mill and nail factory. When Henry W. Oliver negotiated the sale of his Oliver Wire Co to John W. Gates’ American Steel & Wire Co, he also sat down with William Henry Moore to discuss the sale of the Monongahela Tin Plate Company   ...


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