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business executive.

Samuel H. Swint, business executive. Served with the United States Army, World War I.; Member American Cotton Manufacturers Institute (directory).

Background

Swint, Samuel H. was born on July 20, 1896 in Fredonia, Alabama, United States. Son of William H. and Bilza Anne (Littlefield) Swint.

Education

Student Southern Business U., Atlanta, Georgia.

Career

Office; later with United States R.R. Administration. With International Cotton Mills, La Grange, Georgia, 1919-1921, Consolidated Textile Corporation, New York City, and Boston, Massachusetts, 1922-1924. Vice-president and assistant treasurer B.B. & R. Knight Corporation, Providence, Rhode Island, 1925-1926.

Secretary and treasurer Graniteville (South Carolina.) Company (old cotton mill of the South, established 1845), 1927-1935. vice president, 1935-1939. treasurer, 1935-1946. President since 1939. Director Citizens & Southern National Bank, Augusta, Georgia, Carolina Bank, Georgia-Pacific Corporation, Atlantic Coast Line Railroad Company.

Membership

Served with the United States Army, World War I. Member American Cotton Manufacturers Institute (directory).

Connections

Married Gladys C. Carson, August 11, 1928. Children: Mary Anne, Samuel H. Began as clerk in railway.

father:
William H. Swint

mother:
Bilza Anne (Littlefield) Swint

spouse:
Gladys C. Carson

child:
Mary Anne Swint

child:
Samuel H. Began as clerk in ry Swint