Wood Gummer and Filer Company

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Wood Gummer and Filer Company Business
Records, 1905-1929

George B. Hinman
George B. Hinman

MS2001.002

 

Series 1 - 7

Provenance:

James Bolan Glover IV of Glover Machine Works donated these records in 2001.
Single photocopies may be made for research purposes for a small fee. Permission to publish materials from this collection must be obtained from the Director of Library/Archives.

Sallie E. Loy processed these papers in 2001-2002.

Size: 14 linear feet (28 document cases).

Introduction:

In the late 19th century, George B. Hinman exemplified Atlanta's entrepreneurial spirit of the New South era. He founded and incorporated his Wood Gummer and Filer Company in November 1897. Hinman's progressive business practices and personal ideals led him to build his cotton gin equipment company into a prosperous business despite economic hardships of the times. Having succeeded at his diverse construction businesses, he decided in 1909 to sell his controlling shares of the Wood Gummer and Filer Company to J. Wilder Glover, owner of the Glover Machine Works.

 

 

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