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Scott Peters sent in the following articles that he thought might be useful:
Van Blerck Plant Sold
The Van Blerck Motor Company's plant at Monroe, Mich., was finally sold to the Detroit Stocker[sic Stoker] Company after six week's negotiations for $70,000. About 200 men will be employed at the Monroe plant in the manufacture of stokers.
Michigan Manufacturer and Financial Record, Vol. 30, No. 2, July 8, 1922. p. 11.
New Michigan Incorporations for the week ended August 26, 1922
DuBrie Marine Motors, Detroit; manufacturing and dealing in motors, engines, devices, etc. Stanley R. DuBrie, 242 E. Grand Blvd., Joseph L. Dostal, C. E. Kephart, Detroit----$250,000.
Michigan Manufacturer and Financial Record, Vol. 30, No. 10, September 2, 1922. p. 22.