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National Association of Manufacturers

National Association of Manufacturers. (1895)

PALMER, Reginald Howard Reed (1898 - 1970), DL; Past President National Association of Biscuit Manufacturers; past Chairman: Huntley & Palmers, Ltd; Assoc. Biscuit Manufacturers Ltd

Caulfeild, Charles Edward St George (1887 - 1964), Honorary Vice-President, National Association of British Manufacturers (Director of Membership, 1919–50)

WHITE, Robert (1872 - 1959), Chairman and Managing Director, Gibson and Lumgair, Ltd, Selkirk, Scotland; Past President National Association of Scottish Woollen Manufacturers

LOCKHART, Robert Cook (1861 - 1943), linen manufacturer; Ex-Provost of Kirkcaldy; Chairman Kirkcaldy and Dysart Water Commission, 1914–19; Past President Kirkcaldy Rotary Club; Chairman Over-Seas League, Kirkcaldy Centre; Chairman Mutual Service Association Unemployed Centre; Chairman Kirkcaldy Ice Rink Ltd; Vice-Chairman Kirkcaldy National Service Committee

GROSE, James Trevilly (1872 - 1944), President, Boy Scouts Association New Zealand; Chairman, Imperial Chemical Industries (New Zealand) Ltd; Chairman, New Zealand Board, National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Ltd; Director, Imperial Chemical Industries (Australia) & New Zealand Ltd, Bryant & May, Bell & Co., Ltd, British Australian Lead Manufacturers (New Zealand) Ltd; Local Director in Wellington, New Zealand Insurance Co. Ltd Trustee Department; General Manager, National Bank of New Zealand Ltd, 1928–37, Advisory Director in New Zealand, since 1937

 

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The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) was founded in 1895 to facilitate manufacturers' influence in promoting U.S. foreign trade and setting protective tariffs.

Its leaders soon turned their attention to ...

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