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An organization with roots in tobacco in Shelby County that date back to the early 1920s has consolidated and changed its board of directors and ownership, leaving some former stockholders with questions.
According to corporation’s Offer To Purchase Stock, sent out to shareholders, the Western District Warehousing Corporation was formed in 1922 as a not-for-profit cooperative among 11 farmers. Throughout its history, the company owned several tobacco warehouses that held auctions for buyers. The last were closed around the end of 2004.
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