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Marsh & McLennan, Chicago, Illinois.
Railway & Industrial Protective Association, Inc., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Railway Audit & Inspection Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Republic Truck Sales Corporation, Alma, Michigan.
Company, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
, Michigan. Smith-Ward Brake Company, Inc., Brooklyn, New York. Southern Wheel Company, St. Louis, Missouri. Spray Engineering Company, Boston, Massachusetts. Stafford Roller Bearing Car Truck Company, Lawton, Michigan, Standard-Johnson Company, Inc., Brooklyn, New York. Standard Oil Company, Chicago, Illinois. Standard Under Ground Cable Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Standard Varnish Works, New York, New York. Star Brass Works, Kalamazoo, Michigan. Sterling Varnish Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. A. Stucki Company, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Summons-Patterson Motor Company, Camden, New Jersey. Superheater Company, New York, New York. Taylor Electric Truck Company, Troy, New York. Templeton, Kenly & Company, Ltd., Chicago, Illinois. Texas Company, New York, New York. Thew Shovel Company, Lorain, Ohio. Thornton Trolley W Company, Ashland, Kentucky. Tool Steel Gear & Pinion Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Transit Equipment Company, New York, New York, Trolley Supply Company, Massillon, Ohio. Tuco Products Company, New York, New York, Union Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pennsylvania. United Lead Company, New York, New York. United States Graphite Company, Saginaw, Michigan. United States Sanitary Specialties Corporation, Chicago, Illinois, Universal Lubricating Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Vacuum Oil Company, New York, New York. Valentine & Company, New York, New York. Valentine-Clark Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Van Dorn Coupler Company, Chicago, Illinois. A. C. Van Hooydonk, Monroe, Michigan. V. W. Ventilator Company, Columbus, Ohio. Wades Transfer Machine, Paterson, New Jersey. Waukesha Motor Company, Waukesha, Wisconsin, Wendell & Mac Duffie Company, New York, New York. Western Advertising Company, St. Louis, Missouri.
Western Electric Company, New York, New York.
Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, East Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Westinghouse Traction Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pennsylvania.
MANUFACTURER MEMBER COMPANY IN CANADA. Canadian Steel Foundries, Ltd., Montreal, Quebec.
AssociatE MEMBER COMPANIES IN UNITED STATES.
American Light & Traction Company, New York, New York.
Albert S. Richey, Electric Railway Engineer, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Stone & Webster, Incorporated, Boston, Massachusetts.
ASSOCIATE MEMBER COMPANY IN CANADA Canadian & General Finance Company, Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
List OF CIRCULAR LETTERS OF INFORMATION SENT OUT BY ASSOCIATION
DURING YEAR 1921-1922
Dues November 9, 1921 — Annual Dues notice sent to all Company Members. December 15, 1921 — Annual Dues notice sent to Individual Members.
Constitution and By-Laws December 15, 1921 — Notification on new Constitution and By-Laws, on new classes of Individual Membership, sent to Individual Members.
January 21, 1922, Notification of proposed amendment on eligibility of Individual Members, sent to Member Companies.
March 9, 1922 — Notification of Revision of Constitution and ByLaws eliminating the clause restricting the eligibility of Individual Members, sent to individual Members.
August 9, 1922— Notification of Proposed Revision of the Constitution and By-Laws with respect to the number of regular meetings of the Executive Committee, sent to Member Companies.
August 28, 1922— Notice of Modification of Proposed Revision of the Constitution and By-Laws, with respect to the number of meetings of the Executive Committee sent to Company Members.
August 28, 1922 — Report of Committee on Nominations sent to Company Members.
Service Letters There were sent out 12 Service Letters during the year which in addition to giving a list of the compilations prepared by the Bureau of Information and Service during each month as shown in appendix E-1, also gave information on the Convention and Exhibit plans, Mid-Year Dinner announcements, work of Washington Office, special AERA issues and pertinent national questions.
Membership Campaign January 9, 1922— Letter sending up to date Membership List, and requesting cooperation with Membership Committee sent to Member Companies.
February 4, 1922 — Letter sending reprint of Association's emblem requesting the use of it on literature and advertisements sent to Member Companies advertising in AERA.
March 14, 1922 – Letter sent out by Membership Committee enclosing certificate of membership to Member Companies.
May 23, 1922 – Letter sent out by Membership Committee requesting special cooperation with Committee man assigned to each district; also enclosing sheet of stickers with emblem imprint, sent to Company Members.
May 23, 1922 — Letter sent out by Committee on Individual and Company Section Membership enclosing booklet Going Up” prepared as part of their campaign to increase the number of this class of membership sent to Company Members. May 23, 1922
Letter enclosing booklet 'Why Belong to the Association," sent to Membership Committee.
May 29, 1922 – Letter enclosing booklet “ Going Up” sent out by Committee on Individual and Company Section Membership, sent to Individual Members.
June 2, 1922 – Letter enclosing booklet Going Up” sent to all Committee Members.
July 19, 1922— Letter sent out by Committee on Company and Associate Membership requesting use of emblem sticker by purchasing agents on all orders sent to Member Railway Companies.
Convention Notices June 1, 1922 — Initial announcement of Exhibit with Exhibit space application blanks and Pier diagram sent to Member Manufacturer Companies.
July 6, 1922 - Official announcement by the President, of the date and location of the Convention, sent to Member Companies and Individual Members.
July 7, 1922 – Official announcement by the President, of the date and location of the Convention, sent to Non-Member Railway Companies, with membership application blank.
July 11, 1922 – Letter enclosing initial Exhibit announcement and membership application blank sent to Non-Member Manufacturing Companies.
July 11, 1922 — Special letter sent to Member Manufacturing Companies who were not exhibiting.
July 22, 1922— President's announcement to Exhibitors, sent to Member Companies.
July 24, 1922– Letter inviting Exhibitors to send in fifty word announcement for AERA.
August 9, 1922 — Letter announcing space allotment sent to all exhibitors.
August 11, 1922– Letter sending advance registration cards, sent to all Member Companies.
August 11, 1922 – Announcement by President of Exhibitors, sent to Member Companies.
August 26, 1922 – Dinner and Feature Festival application blank, sent to Member Companies and Individual Members.
September 1, 1922 - Letter regarding AERA announcement, sent to all Exhibitors.
September 1, 1922 President's Announcement regarding Chicago facilities, sent to Member Companies.
September 8, 1922 — Letter calling meeting of Publicity men, sent to Member Companies.
September 8, 1922 – Letter announcing reduced rate transportation certificate plan, sent to Executives of Member Companies.
September 9, 1922 – Letter regarding admission tickets to the pier sent to Member Companies in Illinois and Indiana.
September 12, 1922 — Red Special Announcement sent to Member Companies interested.
September 13, 1922 – Letter regarding invitation sent to the State Public Service Commissions, sent to all Member Companies.
September 13, 1922 – Letter enclosing Detail Bulletin for installing exhibit sent to all exhibitors.
Mid-Year Meeting and Dinner January 17, 1922 — " Meet me at the Monument" announcement by the President sent to all Members with Dinner application blank.
February 1, 1922 – Letter of invitation to Mid-Year Meeting sent to the State Public Service Commissions.
February 1, 1922 – Service Letter No. Il regarding reduced rate transportation certificates and ladies' dinner sent to all Member Companies.