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In 1921, the Aluminium Corporation at Dolgarrog in the Conwy Valley bought for £ 40, 000 (£ as of ), a controlling interest in the FR and Henry Jack became Chairman, the FR company's financial administration moving to Dolgarrog.
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Akio Morita ( 盛田 昭夫 Morita Akio, January 26, 1921, Nagoya, Aichi – October 3, 1999, Tokyo ) was a Japanese businessman and co-founder of Sony Corporation along with Masaru Ibuka.
In 1921, Indiana Standard bought a half interest in the Sinclair Pipeline Company, a subsidiary of Sinclair Oil Corporation,
Experimental drilling by Gulf Oil Corporation led to the county's, and the Panhandle's, first oil and gas production in late 1921.
The span was blown up in 1921 by the Clark Power Company, an event filmed as part of a melodrama by the Pine Tree Moving Picture Corporation of Portland.
The library was owned, and entirely supported, by the Endicott Johnson Corporation until September 1921 when it was incorporated.
In 1921, five local men purchased a wood barrel factory just south of the present D. W. Putnam Wine Company, and named it the Aerial Service Corporation.
Black Swan's parent company, Pace Phonograph Corporation, was founded in March 1921 by Harry Pace and was based in Harlem.
In 1921, Gilbert signed a three year contract with Fox Film Corporation, where he was cast as a romantic leading man.
" The series was very popular and in 1921, Max and Dave Fleischer formed their own studio, Out of the Inkwell Films, Inc. Their films were distributed through the States Rights method through Warner Brothers, Winkler Pictures, Standard, and finally The Red Seal Pictures Corporation.
In 1921, he used the money that he had gained from the settlement in order to start The Psychological Corporation to foster his interest in the field of applied psychology.
He was a Third-class Clerk, Treasury Department, Lagos ( 1921 – 1924 ); Recruit, Gold Coast Police Force ( Jul .- September 1924 ); Solicitor Clerk to the late Mr. Justice Graham Paul at Calabar ( Jan .- Aug. 1925 ); Instructor in Political Science, Lincoln University ( 1931 – 34 ); University Correspondent for the Baltimore Afro-American ( 1928 – 34 ); General and Sports Correspondent for the Philadelphia Tribune ( 1928 – 34 ); Editor-in Chief of the West African Pilot ( 1937 – 45 ); Correspondent for the Associated Negro Press ( 1944 – 47 ); Correspondent for Reuters ( 1944 – 46 ); Managing Director of Zik ’ s Press Limited printers and publishers of the West African Pilot ( Lagos ), Eastern Guardian ( Port Harcourt ), Nigerian Spokesman ( Onitsha ), Southern Nigeria Defender ( Ibadan ), Daily Comet ( Kano ), and Eastern Sentinel ( Enugu ); Managing Director of Comet Press Limited ( 1945 – 53 ); Chairman of West African Pilot Limited and the Associated Newspapers of Nigeria Limited and six other limited liability companies ( 1952 – 53 ); Chairman, Nigerian Real Estate Corporation Limited ( 1952 – 53 ); etc.
In 1921 Maxwell failed and Walter P. Chrysler, formerly of General Motors, was brought in to reorganize it and, in 1925, the Chrysler Corporation was formed.
Hess took a leave of absence in 1921 and travelled to the United States, working at the US Radium Corporation, in New Jersey, and as Consulting Physicist for the US Bureau of Mines, in Washington DC.
William Randolph Hearst took over the paper in 1921, and the Hearst Corporation owns the P-I to this day.
From 1918 to 1922 he served on the War Finance Corporation board, and from 1920 to 1921 he was the assistant secretary of the Treasury.
He first visited Palestine in 1921 with Chaim Weizmann and subsequently became an enthusiastic Zionist, contributing money to the Jewish Colonization Corporation for Palestine and writing for Zionist publications.
Amidst the technical changes, WBZ also began engaging in network activities ; by 1925 it often shared programs with WJZ in New York City ( which Westinghouse had also started in 1921, but sold to the Radio Corporation of America two years later ), and a WBZ special commemorating the 150th anniversary of Paul Revere's " Midnight Ride " was also fed to WRC in Washington, D. C. and WGY in Schenectady, New York.
Durant marque logoThe Durant was a make of automobile assembled by Durant Motors Corporation of New York City, New York from 1921 to 1926 and again from 1928 to 1932.
" In 1921, he filed for a patent, and secured an agreement with local chocolate producer Russell C. Stover to mass-produce them under the new trademarked name " Eskimo Pie " ( a name suggested by Mrs. Stover ), and to create the Eskimo Pie Corporation.
In July 1921 he campaigned directly to MPs to oppose a clause in the government's Finance Bill which would impose Corporation Tax on Co-ops.
Donald Wills Douglas, Sr. ( 6 April 1892 – 1 February 1981 ) was a United States aircraft industrialist and founder of the Douglas Aircraft Company in 1921 ( the company later merged into McDonnell Douglas Corporation ).
In July 1921, a mortgage securing five promissory notes, each for $ 21, 416 were filed in the County Clerk's office in Utica showing that the Savage Arms Corporation had purchased a " number of buildings erected by the government " during World War I for the purpose of enlarging the output of Lewis machine guns at the plant.
General Reinsurance Corporation ’ s history began in 1921 when two Norwegian companies, Norwegian Globe and Norwegian Assurance, merged and took the name General Casualty and Surety Reinsurance Corporation.
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The London Illustrated News published this photo in January 1921 ( shown at right ) This 1921 photo was also used by the Perth Western Mail in 1924 in a montage and is shown at the right below it.
They won the first eight matches in succession including a 5 – 0 whitewash in 1920 – 1921 at the hands of Warwick Armstrong's team.
In 1916 he then enrolled to study architecture at the Helsinki University of Technology, graduating in 1921.
Similarly, the language spread to numerous other parts of the world as a result of British trade and colonization elsewhere and the spread of the former British Empire, which, by 1921, held sway over a population of 470 – 570 million people, approximately a quarter of the world's population at that time.
In his paper " The Application of Thought to Textual Criticism ," ( 1921 ) Housman stated: " A textual critic engaged upon his business is not at all like Newton investigating the motion of the planets: he is much more like a dog hunting for fleas.
This was reinforced when their foremost interpreter and performer, Gervase Elwes ( who had initiated the music festivals at Brigg in Lincolnshire at which Percy Grainger and others had developed their collections of country music ) died in a horrific accident in 1921.
“ A visit to the ground has only confirmed me ,” Lucas wrote in 1921 ; “ and it was interesting to find that Mr. Apostolides, son of the large local landowner, the hospitality of whose farm at Tekés I enjoyed, was convinced too that the site was by Driskole Krini, for the very sound reason that neither the hills nor the river further east suit Caesar ’ s description .” John D. Morgan in his definitive “ Palae-pharsalus – the Battle and the Town ”, arguing for a site closer still to Krini, where he places Palaepharsalos, writes: “ My reconstruction is similar to Lucas ’ s, and in fact I borrow one of his alternatives for the line of the Pompeian retreat.
A five-masted schooner built in 1919, the Carroll A. Deering was found hard aground and abandoned at Diamond Shoals, near Cape Hatteras, North Carolina on January 31, 1921.
On November 29, 1921, the trustees declared it to be the express policy of the Institute to pursue scientific research of the greatest importance and at the same time " to continue to conduct thorough courses in engineering and pure science, basing the work of these courses on exceptionally strong instruction in the fundamental sciences of mathematics, physics, and chemistry ; broadening and enriching the curriculum by a liberal amount of instruction in such subjects as English, history, and economics ; and vitalizing all the work of the Institute by the infusion in generous measure of the spirit of research.
Twelve voting delegates were seated at the 1st National Congress in 1921, as well as at the 2nd ( in 1922 ), when they represented 195 party members.
Doud Dwight " Icky " Eisenhower was born September 24, 1917, and died of scarlet fever on January 2, 1921, at the age of three ; Eisenhower was mostly reticent to discuss his death.
The first introduction of Dada artwork to the Parisian public was at the Salon des Indépendants in 1921.
From there it spread to the United States, arriving at Yale University in 1861, and then to the United Kingdom in 1921.
In 1921 the prestige of Nicolai Hartmann the Neo-Kantian, the Professor of Philosophy at Marburg, was added to the Movement ; he " publicly declared his solidarity with the actual work of die Phänomenologie.
* Dante Alighieri in Dante Park at Lincoln Center, New York City and in Meridian Hill Park, Washington D. C .-castings of the same work, 1921
Essendon were known as the " Same Olds " ( as in " the same old Essendon ") in order to distinguish the Essendon VFL side ( that played at the East Melbourne Cricket Ground ) to which this article refers, from the separate and unconnected Essendon VFA side ( that played at what was then the Essendon Cricket Ground ), which existed from 1900 to 1921.
Having played at the East Melbourne Cricket Ground from 1882 to 1921, and having won four VFA premierships ( 1891 – 1894 ) and four VFL premierships ( 1897, 1901, 1911, ( 1912 ) whilst there, Essendon were looking for a new home, and were offered grounds at the current Royal Melbourne Showgrounds, at Victoria Park, at Arden St, North Melbourne, and the Essendon Cricket Ground.