Corporate records, 1890-1984.


Corporate records, 1890-1984.

Corporate records include articles of incorporation (1901-1952), by-laws, minute books and financial records (journals and ledgers, 1901-1955) of Sun and several hundred subsidiary companies.

300 linear ft.


SNAC Resource ID: 8339620

Hagley Museum & Library

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