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  1. The only information of the address is from the incorporation document, listed as 320 East State St., Trenton, NJ. There is no other mention of where the cars were built.
  2. Some additional information regarding some of the questions that have been asked : The documents list the incorporation officers with the following shares of stock: William H. Sharp (50) Job R. Farlee(50) Fred W. Bennett(5) Isaac F. Giles(2) Arthur M. Yetter(1) Fred J. Sharp(1). The capital stock with which the company will commence business was $10,900.00. Incorporation date was December 10, 1908. The officers elected on the first meeting were William H. Sharp – President Arthur M. Yetter – VP Fred W. Bennett – Secretary Job R. Farlee – Treasurer. On December 2,1909, the company was sold to The International Boiler Works Co. and the existing officers all resigned and the following officers were elected: W.B. Easton – President C.S. Hebard – VP C.R. Turn – Treasurer William H. Sharp – General Manager. In 1909 it was voted on by the officers to stop the construction of the new building in East Stroudsburg, PA and continue to manufacture cars at the Trenton, NJ facility.
  3. I’m new to the forum and this is my first post. I have the original “minutes” book of the Sharp Arrow automobile company along with the general accounting ledger. The minutes book contains meeting minutes, information, Document of Incorporation, board of directors, stock information and signatures of the founders along with other legal documents and records of the company which was established in 1908. The general accounting ledger (cash book) lists all the cash flow of the company including parts, salaries and even the entry of railroad freight (to Trenton, NJ) of the returned crashed car in which William Sharp was killed in 1910. I would like to find out they have any value and if so what are they worth? Can anyone help or suggest where I might find out some info? <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><o:p></o:p>
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