1944: Shreveport office moves to 710 Cotton Street, and D. C. McGraw begins working for the company.
Archives - Legacy
1940-1950: Work Demands Spur Innovation
1939-1945: World War II
1937: Hindenburg Disaster
Ironically, the company enjoys a growth phase during the Great Depression branching out from Memphis with two new offices. “Pop” Snell’s son Ralph opens the Nashville office and his son Jim opens the Little Rock office.
1929: Black Tuesday: Stock Market crashes.
1928: Alexander Fleming discovers penicillin.