Living History: Rosenblatts build scrap metal business into EIMCO
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From a yard filled with old equipment to the 1953 recession that stalled economic development, EIMCO steadied Utah’s economy by selling locally made products to markets all over the world, and kept on going.
Eileen Hallet Stone, author of A Homeland in the West: Utah Jews Remember, may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional sources: Unpublished papers by Gregory T. Thompson and Allan D. Ainsworth.
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