Attachments

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ATTACHMENTS

  1. TRADE MARKS
  2. CERTIFICATE of the CAPITAL STOCK
  3. Articles of Partnership  1944 (St. Croix Sugar Cane Industries)
  4. Interview by WNAS of Gordon M. Skeoch and Miles M. Skeoch
  5. Letter from Warren H. Young, LLB  to Agency of Royal Bank of Canada
  6. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF ST. CROIX SUGAR CANE INDUSTRIES, INC. (1953)
  7. Labels (Cruzan Rum 80 Proof, and, Cruzan Clipper 120 Proof)
  8. Cruzan Rum Recipes

 

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Clarification:
In the 1930’s, and until July 1944, St. Croix Sugar Cane Industries, Inc. was a corporation, comprised of The Diamond Rum Company and Santa Cruz Distillers.  Its primary purpose was to distribute their rum products in the United States.  The investors of The Diamond Rum Company were the same investors as those of St. Croix Sugar Cane Industries, Inc.  Some were also investors in Santa Cruz Distillers.

In July, 1944 St. Croix Sugar Cane Industries, Inc became a partnership d/b/a/ St. Croix Sugar Cane Industries, after the merger of The Diamond Rum Company and Santa Cruz Distillers.

In December, 1953 the above partnership was dissolved and the company once again became a corporation, St. Croix Sugar Cane Industries, Inc.

Gwendolyn E. Skeoch
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