1869 seph Campbell, a fruit merchant, and Abram Anderson, an ice-box manufacturer, form firm to make canned tomatoes, vegetables, jellies, condiments and mincemeat in Camden, N.J. 1876 Anderson leaves partnership. Campbell forms new firm with Arthur Dorrance. 1891 The company is named Joseph Campbell Preserve Co. 1894 Joseph Campbell retires. Arthur Dorrance succeeds him as president. 1897 Chemist John T. Dorrance, Ph.D., Arthur's nephew, joins the company and quickly invents canned ...
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