The R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company

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Chapter 1
Background and Training of R. J. Reynolds
1.
Max Lerner, America as a Civilization: Life and Thought in the United States Today ( New York, 1957), pp. 280-82. Note the same conclusion in Frederick L. Allen , The Big Change: America Transform Itself, 1909-1950 ( New York, 1952), pp. 234-58. An attempt to place portraits of William N. Reynolds and Bowman Gray, Sr., in the boardroom in 1942-43 resulted in failure--Minutes, vol. VII, pp. 266, 271, 309.
2.
Mrs. J. S. Dunn, interview with author, 8 Dec. 1959.
3.
According to the testimony of James W. Glenn, Maryland tobacco was not added to the Camel cigarette blend until early in 1916--Am. Tob. Co. et al. v. U.S., Record on Appeal, docket no. 9137-9139 (6th Cir., 1944), transcripts, 6:4731.
4.
Virginia G. Pedigo and Lewis G. Pedigo, History of Patrick and Henry Counties Virginia (Roanoke, Va., 1933), pp. 263-67; Patrick County Virginia: Its Resources and Advantages, issued by Board of Supervisors (Roanoke, Va., 1907), pp. 3-5; Maynard Conner and William B. King, An Economic and Social Survey of Patrick County, University of Virginia Extension Series, vol. 21, no. 6, ed. Leland B. Tate ( University of Virginia, 1937), pp. map (frontispiece), 7, 19; Historical Marker, U 30, on courthouse grounds, Stuart, Va.
5.
Patrick County, Virginia, Deed Book, vol. IV, p. 89, Patrick County Clerk's Office, Courthouse, Stuart, Va. (hereafter cited as Patrick County Deed Book).
6.
To Walter C. Reynolds (of 357 West 25th Street, New York, N.Y.), 10 Oct. 1918--Correspondence of Walter R. Reynolds, purchasing dept., RJR. Note Appendix A for indications that Reynolds may have been correct. Note also a statement that the Reynolds were Scotch highlanders-- W. A. Blair, "Richard Joshua Reynolds," in Ashe, 3:334.
7.
To E. E. Reynolds (of Phoenix, Ariz.), 19 May 1914--Correspondence of Walter R. Reynolds. Hardin William Reynolds's brother, David Harbour, died unmarried-- Pedigo and Pedigo, History of Patrick and Henry Counties, p. 231.
8.
Miss Irene Smith, interview with author, Mount Airy, N.C., 1 Nov. 1959
9.
Patrick County Personal Property Taxes, 1813 (alphabetically arranged; MS volume, Virginia State Library--hereafter volumes in this series will be cited by name and date). Land Book, 1850-55, p. 30, shows that Abraham Reynolds's estate in 1852 contained 1,077 acres--Patrick County Clerk's Office, Courthouse, Stuart, Va.
10.
Patrick County Personal Property Taxes, 1831-40.
11.
Gravestones in the Reynolds family cemetery at Rock Spring, the family's old home near Critz, Va.; Patrick County Marriage Register, 1791-1822 (microfilm, Virginia State Library); Pedigo and Pedigo, History of Patrick and HenryCounties

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