Arthur
C.
Dorrance


ARTHUR CALBRAITH DORRANCE was the younger brother of Dr. John T.  Dorrance, a brilliant scientist who after taking a position with the Joseph Campbell in Camden in 1887, invented the condensed soup that made Campbell Soup a household name around the world. The Dorrance family eventually gained sole control of the company and retained a majority of the shares when the company went public in the 1920s. Having worked at Campbell Soup for many years, Arthur Dorrance succeeded his brother as president of the firm after Dr. Dorrance passed way in September of 1930. 

Arthur C. Dorrance served as president of Campbell Soup unitl his death in September of 1946.


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South Jersey: A History 1624-1924

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CamdenSafe Deposit & Trust Company

Philadelphia Inquirer - October 7, 1921

Judge Frank T. Lloyd
Alban Eavenson
Belford G. Royal
Francis Ford Patterson Jr.
Charles H. Ellis
David Baird Sr.
L.A. Hawkes
Frank S. Van Hart
John Prentice
Burleigh B. Draper
A.C. Dorrance
William S. Darnell
C.W. Tomlinson
James V. Moran
Rev. Thomas J. Whelen
L.D. Johnson
Rev. Charles B. Dubell
Elmer Ellsworth Long

Mrs. A. Haines Lippincott

Mrs. W. Penn Corson
Mrs. Harry Pelouze
William E. Bennett

Eavenson & Levering

Hunt Pen Company

Esterbrook Pen Company

Broadway Trust Company

R.M. Hollinshed Company

Hurley Store

Church of the Holy Name

St. John's Episcopal Church

Munger & Long

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Philadelphia Inquirer
September 23, 1946


 

Church of The Redemer Cemetery



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