NEW AUTOMOBILE COMPANY.
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The New York Times
March 4, 1900
Organized by Syracuse Men with Capital Stock of $350,000.
ALBANY, March 3.—The New York Automobile Company, with its principal office in Syracuse, was incorporated by the Secretary of State to manufacture and deal in automobiles and motor vehicles of all sorts, whether the motive power be gasoline, compressed air, electricity, or steam. The capital is $350,000, of which $150,000 is to be 7 per cent. cumulative stock and $200,000 common.
The Directors are Herman Bartels, Louis Will, Edward N. Trump, Ernest I. White, Arthur R. Peck, Frederick D. White, and John Wilkinson, all of Syracuse.
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