Fonds RBSC-ARC-1189 - Fee Packaging Service Corporation fonds

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Fee Packaging Service Corporation fonds

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  • 1935 (Creation)
    Fee Packaging Service Corporation

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13 cm of textual records

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The Fee Packaging Service Corporation sold and maintained packing equipment for lard and other shortenings. T.A. Fee was president of the company which was located in both Seattle and Vancouver. The Fee Packaging Service Corporation was formerly the Lamb Corporation, advertised as “manufacturers of the lamb fixed density filling and weighing machines for plastic or viscous materials and liquids.”

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Fonds includes correspondence between the Fee Packaging Service Corporation and its employees (primarily R.F. Marshall) as well as clients. Correspondence between the company and its clients include letters, telegrams and questionnaires pertaining to the installation of machinery for packaging lard or other compounds. The corporation's principle customers included Swift and Company, Proctor and Gamble Company and Wilson and Company. The Fee Packaging Service Corporation also corresponded with other companies such as Oscar Mayer, Hormel Company, and Bell Packing Company.

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Fonds consists of two files of general correspondence, files for each of several main clients (Proctor and Gamble, Swift and Company, M.M. Wilson and Wilson and Company) and files organized by the first letter of the client name (“P” file, “R” file, “S” file, “W” file).

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