The History of Racine Rubber Company
The Racine Rubber Company was organized March 12, 1910, its first
officers being C. F. U. Kelley, president ;
Frank L. Mitchell, vice
Stuart Webster, treasurer, and J. H. Dwight, secretary.
Mr. Kelley severed his connection with the business in 1912, at
George B. Wilson became the president and so continued
until January, 1914, when he, too, withdrew from connection with the
business. At that date H. L. McLaren became president and
advertising manager and in that position so continues, with
Stuart Webster as vice president, general manager and treasurer ; H. C.
Severance, secretary ; L. B. Patterson (Chicago), director; Joseph
Wiessenbach (Chicago), director; and L. T. Vance, director and
general factory manager.
Source: Racine, Belle City of the lakes, and Racine County, Wisconsin : a record of settlement, organization, progress and achievement; Chicago: S. J. Clarke Pub. Co., 1916, 1216 pgs.
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