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Horace Bowker (1877 – 1954) was born in Massachusetts and attended Harvard University. He led the American Agricultural Chemical Company from 1929 - 1937 during the Great Depression. Despite the bleak economic conditions, Bowker's tenure saw a doubling in profitability through diversification into chemical products besides fertilizers.
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