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Bissinger and Company records
BANC MSS 2010/872  
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The collection contains financial records, photographs of the Bissinger tanneries and of company employees, business-related correspondence, company by-laws and articles of incorporation, notices of dissolution, and company minutes (1901-1927).
In 1880, Bissinger and Company, an outgrowth of the Alaska Commercial Company, was organized in San Francisco. It specialized in hides, wool, and related articles and maintained tanneries, slaughterhouses, and offices in Oregon, Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Washington, California, and British Columbia.
20 linear feet (12 cartons, 3 flat boxes)
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