Souvenir of Fifth Annual Convention of the Hundred Point Club, Dayton, Ohio, 1911, Jan. 9-14.

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National Cash Register Company. Souvenir of Fifth Annual Convention of the Hundred Point Club, Dayton, Ohio, 1911, Jan. 9-14.

Souvenir of Fifth Annual Convention of the Hundred Point Club, Dayton, Ohio, 1911, Jan. 9-14.

Souvenir album documents the National Cash Register Company's fifth convention in Dayton, Ohio, of the Hundred Point Club, an honorary for top salesmen. The Hundred Point Club was created by the company's founder, John H. Patterson, to recognize achievement of sales quotas, and the two-week, expense-paid convention served as a reward to these salesmen. The album features primarily photographs of Club members and their activities during the convention in January 1911. Some convention activities depicted in the album include sight-seeing and factory tours, meetings, and social events. Acquired as part of the John W. Hartman Center for Sales, Advertising & Marketing History.

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Cash register manufacturing and sales company, founded by John H. Patterson in Dayton, Ohio, in 1884. Later the company became known as NCR. From the description of Souvenir of Fifth Annual Convention of the Hundred Point Club, Dayton, Ohio, 1911, Jan. 9-14. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 166329104 The National Cash Register Company was founded in 1884 in Dayton, Ohio. by John H. Patterson. Maker of the first mechanical cash registers and predecessor of NCR C...