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Tennessee Enamel Manufacturing Company - Company Profile

Tennessee Enamel Manufacturing Company filed as a Foreign For-Profit Corporation in the State of Texas and is no longer active. This corporate entity was filed approximately eighty-three years ago on Thursday, March 19, 1936 , according to public records filed with Texas Secretary of State .Filing Type: Foreign For-Profit Corporation…

Tennessee Enamel Mfg. Co. v. Stoves, Inc, 192 F.2d 863 ...

The appellee, Stoves, Inc., a Louisiana corporation, brought this action against Tennessee Enamel Manufacturing Company, a Tennessee corporation, for breach of an alleged oral contract whereby appellant agreed to sell appellee, at a cost price of $40,000, for delivery within one year from the date of the contract, five railroad carloads of gas heating stoves and furnaces of the Temco type ...…

STOVES, INC. v. TENNESSEE ENAMEL MFG., CO. - Leagle

During the early and middle part of 1947, the Tennessee Enamel Manufacturing Company was without a distributor for the State of Florida. The plaintiff was organized for the purpose of doing business as a distributor or wholesale dealer of gas heating stoves and floor furnaces and Mr. Evans, president of the corporate defendant, had known of the fact that Stoves, Inc., was organized when it was organized.…

Lochinvar, LLC Made in Tennessee

About Tennessee Manufacturing. Manufacturing is an integral part of Tennessee's economy. According to the National Association of Manufactuers, the industry accounts for nearly 15 percent of the state's total output and employs 11.4 percent of its workforce. The goal of the Made in Tennessee program is to support the Volunteer State's manufacturing...…

The Disappearing Art of Porcelain Signs Collectors Weekly

The first manufacturer was Enameled Iron Company in Pennsylvania, and then a couple others started to branch off at the turn of the century. We had Ingram-Richardson, which was the huge one in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, and we had Baltimore Enamel & Novelty, which was also a huge company.…