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1940 factory fund reaches $42,000 | Wayback

On Jan. 5, 1940, the Park City Daily News reported that the Bowling Green Industrial Foundation’s factory fund had reached $42,000 of the $65,000 goal, which would be almost $1.2 million today.

This fund was created to ensure the city an industry that would provide an annual payroll of half a million dollars. C.W. Lampkin, chairman of the organization, his vice president, J.P. Masters, and several workers canvassed the city in an effort to raise the funds needed for this venture.

– “Way Back When in Warren County” is compiled by researchers at the Warren County Public Library and appears twice weekly in the Bowling Green Daily News. For more information about the library, visit

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