Collection includes a detailed appraisal (November 5, 1946) of the Greenville Tobacco Company, Inc., in Greenville, North Carolina, by General Valuations Company, Inc., Appraisers and Engineers of New York.
The Greenville Tobacco Company, Greenville, North Carolina, was created in 1927 by Charles Washington Howard (April 16,1886-February 19, 1953) who was president and treasurer from 1927 until he died in 1953. While Charles Howard was President of this company, he was also a Director of the State Bank and Trust Company and a member of the official Board of the Jarvis Memorial Methodist Church.
The Greenville Tobacco Company, Inc., Records includes an appraisal (November 5, 1946) by the General Valuations Company in New York City. Included in the appraisal are a map of the tobacco plant, itemized appraisals for all 12 buildings, correspondence from J. Francis Small who is the president of General Valuations, and an explanation of the methods by which the valuation is calculated.
Gift of Wayne Meads
Processing completed November 10, 2017, by Leah Turner
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