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McQuay-Norris was a maker of automobile engine parts such as piston rings, and chassis parts like steering wheel knuckle bolts. It also produced and distributed electrical controls for gas appliances. Based in St. Louis, Missouri, the company merged with Eaton Yale & Towne Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, in August 1969. Prior to the merger, the McCord Corporation, of Detroit, Michigan, acquired 10.5% of McQuay-Norris common stock, in June 1969. According to interviews with at least one St. Louis resident, McQuay-Norris manufactured bullets in the 1940s.

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  • McQuay-Norris was a maker of automobile engine parts such as piston rings, and chassis parts like steering wheel knuckle bolts. It also produced and distributed electrical controls for gas appliances. Based in St. Louis, Missouri, the company merged with Eaton Yale & Towne Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, in August 1969. Prior to the merger, the McCord Corporation, of Detroit, Michigan, acquired 10.5% of McQuay-Norris common stock, in June 1969. According to interviews with at least one St. Louis resident, McQuay-Norris manufactured bullets in the 1940s.
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  • McQuay-Norris was a maker of automobile engine parts such as piston rings, and chassis parts like steering wheel knuckle bolts. It also produced and distributed electrical controls for gas appliances. Based in St. Louis, Missouri, the company merged with Eaton Yale & Towne Inc., Cleveland, Ohio, in August 1969. Prior to the merger, the McCord Corporation, of Detroit, Michigan, acquired 10.5% of McQuay-Norris common stock, in June 1969. According to interviews with at least one St. Louis resident, McQuay-Norris manufactured bullets in the 1940s.
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