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  • Industrial Development Board of the Parish of Calcasieu, Inc. / Cities Service Company - Lehman Brothers Collection
    About This Collection Using the Business Records Using the Deal Books Chronology Company Industry Glossary History of Lehman Brothers Industrial Development Board of the Parish of Calcasieu Inc Cities Service Company Lehman Brothers Collection Industrial Development Board of the Parish of Calcasieu Inc Cities Service Company List of Deals 1975 Industrial Development Board of the Parish of Calcasieu Inc pollution control revenue bonds 1975 series A industrial development revenue bonds

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  • Industrial Development Board of the Town of Camden (Alabama) - Lehman Brothers Collection
    Records Using the Deal Books Chronology Company Industry Glossary History of Lehman Brothers Industrial Development Board of the Town of Camden Alabama Lehman Brothers Collection Industrial Development Board of the Town of Camden Alabama List of Deals 1966 70 000

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  • Industrial Rayon Corporation - Lehman Brothers Collection
    the 1920s It was the fourth largest producer of rayon in the country in 1925 In July of that year a syndicate formed by Walter W Birge and Samuel Ungerleider incorporated the Industrial Rayon Corporation in Delaware with 60 million in capital They then purchased nearly 400 000 shares of Industrial Fibre from Italian interests giving them control of the company Industrial Rayon purchased the Commercial Fibre and Throwing Company in December 1925 and plans were made to expand plant capacity by 50 percent which would enable the company to produce 4 000 000 pounds of the rayon staple annually In July 1929 the company also acquired the Industrial Rayon Corporation of Covington Virginia Through the Great Depression Industrial Rayon encountered decreased demand and falling prices but in the 1930s it once again began to make profits It earned 684 thousand in 1931 rising to 1 8 million in 1933 and 1 3 million in 1934 Industrial Rayon sold 146 007 shares at 30 per share in a stock offering in 1937 The proceeds of the sale were used to install additional equipment at its Cleveland plant and to construct a new plant near Painesville Ohio The new plant was

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  • Infrared Industries, Inc. - Lehman Brothers Collection
    instruments and infrared control systems for military and civilian use The company relied on smaller government contracts involving defense such as electronic equipment for the Sidewinder air to air missile After only seven months of operations the company went public in December 1959 with an initial public offering of 100 000 shares The stock originally sold at 5 per share however after only two days of trading the stock was

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  • Ingram Ocean Systems Inc. - Lehman Brothers Collection
    Marine Notes 8 3 4 and 7 85 Martha R Ingram series due February 1 1989 Ingram Ocean Systems was incorporated in Delaware in November 1969 to build and operate ocean vessels transporting bulk commodities It was a wholly owned subsidiary of Ingram Corporation itself a successor to several marine transportation companies operating on the Mississippi River system since 1945 By 1971 Ingram Ocean Systems had pioneered a new method

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  • Inland Steel Company - Lehman Brothers Collection
    to buy the first stock offered by Inland Steel and incorporated the business Initially 1 300 shares were divided among the following eight investors Joseph Block Philip Block William M Adams George H Jones Elias Colbert Joseph E Porter John W Thomas and Frank Wells Mechanical problems in the factory and a stagnant market for steel products for agriculture made much of the first year of operation difficult Company officers did not draw salaries due to the precarious financial position of the steel market The company built a growing list of potential customers but orders were delayed or canceled as the other companies struggled to remain solvent A combination of numerous boiler patches and good fortune allowed the old machinery salvaged by the new steel company to survive the first year of production Purchases increased and most employees worked on a full time basis Stockholders received a dividend for 1894 Innovative research in the 1890s also found new product markets for Inland Steel to enter Sales increased 75 percent in one year alone when a light steel web for bed frames was produced to replace cast iron frames During the first years of the twentieth century Inland Steel opened a new open hearth plant on the shore of Lake Michigan The company purchased the Laura Iron Mine near Hibbing Minnesota in 1906 and created a vertical integration operation that made it one of the steel industry giants By 1911 the need for its own lake fleet was seen as significant enough to form the Inland Steamship Company The ability to ship iron ore from its own mine in its own freighters helped to reduce costs for the company In the 1920s Inland Steel developed a reputation for innovative cost cutting techniques Electrification of its plants was expensive but by 1926

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  • Integrated Container Service, Inc. - Lehman Brothers Collection
    Service ICS was incorporated in Pennsylvania in December 1962 The company operated an international container pool through which it leased cargo containers and related equipment The ICS containers were used in several modes of transportation including on board ships in over the road semi trailers or as railroad freight cars ICS earned only 4 861 on revenues of 65 000 in its first full year of operation Four years later

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  • Integrated Container Service Industries Corporation - Lehman Brothers Collection
    Container Service ICS was incorporated in Pennsylvania in December 1962 The company operated an international container pool through which it leased cargo containers and related equipment The ICS containers were used in several modes of transportation including on board ships in over the road semi trailers or as railroad freight cars ICS earned only 4 861 on revenues of 65 000 in its first full year of operation Four years

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