The Story of Buffalo Bayou and the Houston Ship Channel Page: 32
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Houston Chamber of
Nov. 15, 1926
Officers and Directors
R. M. FARRAR, President.
J. W. NEAL, Vice-President.
L. S. ADAMS, Treasurer.
C. MILBY DOW, Secretary of the Board.
S. R. BERTON, JR.
E. L. CRAIN.
JOHN A. EMBRY.
F. M. LAW.
N. E. MEADOR.
W. A. MITCHELL.
JOHN A. MOBLEY.
W. R. SCOTT.
H. M. WILKINS.
JOHN R. YOUNG.
J. S. CULLINAN, Chairman.
W. L. CLAYTON.
JOHN A. HULEN.
A. D. SIMPSON.
R. J. SEAMAN, Acting General Manager.
G. C. ROUSSEL, Asst. to Vice-Pres. & Gen. Mgr.
T. L. EVANS, Mgr., Domestic and Foreign Trade Dept.
C. E. HOLLOMAN, Mgr., Transportation Dept.
W. L. STALLINGS, Mgr. Agricultural Dept.
BURT RULE, Mgr., Publicity Dept.
Ships of Many Nations 1)ocked at Houston Compress Company Wharves
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