Incorporation

Incorporation

Post 4 of '90 Years in the Making' – A W.W. Clyde & Co. Blog Series The Great Depression Economic conditions in the late 20’s and early 30’s left a definite imprint on W. W. Clyde & Co. The 1929 stock market crash produced the single most devastating economic crisis in American history. Its effects on Utah’s economy were disastrous and…

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Construction Life in the 1920’s

Construction Life in the 1920’s

Post 3 of '90 Years in the Making' – A W.W. Clyde & Co. Blog Series The Highway Contractor In the 1920’s, the contractor was the most essential asset to a construction company, and W.W. took his role seriously. He was the superintendent, bookkeeper, blacksmith, storekeeper, veterinarian, and, sometimes, the cook. Other valuable components to a successful construction company included:…

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