The R.A. Smith Milling Company, 1889-1955: A case study of the entrepreneur and a small family business
Date of Award
Doctor of Social Science (DSS)
Nelson M. Blake
Economic history, entrepreneurial history, gristmill, feed industry, family-run business
Entrepreneurial and Small Business Operations
This case study of a small, family business covers a period of over sixty years, and attempts to describe the development of the company, the industry of which it is a part, and the setting in which it operates. Particular attention has been paid to the entrepreneurs and their roles in this development.--Preface.
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Pierce, Alfred Eugene, "The R.A. Smith Milling Company, 1889-1955: A case study of the entrepreneur and a small family business" (1956). Social Science - Dissertations. Paper 142.