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SUCCESSOR TO
New England Cotton Manufacturers' Association,
ORTAVIZED AS THE HAMPDEN COUNTY COTTON SPINNERS' ASSOCIATION.

Founded 1854.

Incorporated Dec. 1, 1894.

NO. 84.

ANNUAL MEETING.

Held in Huntington Hall, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,

491 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.

APRIL 16 and 17, 1908,

Office of the Association :
Room 501, International Trust Building, 45 Milk Street,

Corner of Devonshire St., Boston, Mass.

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THE NEW YORK
PUBLIC LIBRARY

109381

ABTOM, LENOX AND
TILDEN FOUNDATIONS.

1908

ENTERED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESS

IN THE YEAR 1908
BY THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COTTON MANUFACTURERS,
IN THE OFFICE OF THE LIBRARIAN OF CONGRESS

AT WASHINGTON.

By vote of the Board of Government, the price of the Transactions is $500 per copy to non-members. The price of this issue and the one previous is $1.00 each to members, and the prices of copies previous to Volume 61, is 50 cents to members, but each member is entitled to a copy as a part of the privilege of membership,

CHARTER

No. 6091.

Commonwealth of Massachusetts

BE IT KNOWN, That whereas, EDWARD W. THOMAS, C. J. H. WoodBURY, WILLIAM J. KENT, F. M. MESSENGER, Harry T. Whitin, ARTHUR H. Lowe, ALBERT F. KNIGHT, ALFRED M. GOODALE, Fred C. McDUFFIE and GEORGE W. Bean have associated themselves with the intention of forming a corporation under the name of the New ENGLAND COTTON MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION, for the purpose of encouraging scientific investigation and experiment as to the methods of manufacturing cotton; collecting and imparting information relating to this industry, promoting social intercourse among its members; and establishing and maintaining a library of works on textiles in the city of Boston, and have complied with the provisions of the Statutes of this Commonwealth in such case made and provided, as appears from the certificate of the President, Treasurer and Directors of said corporation, duly approved by the Commissioner of Corporations, and recorded in this office.

Now, Therefore, I, William M. Olin, Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, do hereby certify that said EDWARD W. THOMAS, C. J. H. WOODBURY, WILLIAM J. KENT, F. M. MESSENGER, Harry T. WHITIN, ARTHUR H. LowE, ALBERT F. KNIGHT, ALFRED M. GOODALE, Fred C. McDUFFIE and GEORGE W. BEAN, their associates and successors, are legally organized and established as and are hereby made an existing corporation under the name of the

NEW ENGLAND COTTON MANUFACTURERS' ASSOCIATION, with the powers, rights and privileges, and subject to the limitations, duties and restrictions which by law appertain thereto.

Seal the

Witness my official signature hereunto subscribed, Commonwealth of

Massachusetts. and the seal of the Coinmonwealth of Massachusetts hereunto affixed this first day of December, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-four.

WILLIAM M. OLIN,

Secretary of the Commonwealth.

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