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Case 3: Preparation

Image by W&M Libraries
Shown here is an image from the exhibit "‘Twas the Night: 1930s Selections from the Nancy H. Marshall A Visit from St. Nicholas Collection and the University Archives," on display in the third floor rotunda of Swem Library from December 9, 2011 through February 13, 2012.

The following is a transcription of the label text presented in this case:

Various editions of The Night Before Christmas feature interior scenes of homes prepared for the arrival of St. Nicholas with seasonal decorations.

Clement C. Moore
The Night Before Christmas
Newark, New Jersey: Charles E. Graham & Co., 1930

Clement C. Moore
A Visit from St. Nicholas, reprinted in Is Santa Claus an American?
Engraved by Boyd
New York, New York: Liberty Publishing Corp., 1933

Clement C. Moore
The Night Before Christmas (A Visit from St. Nicholas)
Illustrated by Clarence Biers
Chicago, Illinois: Rand McNally & Co., 1938

Clement C. Moore
The Night Before Christmas
Chicago, Illinois: Goldsmith, circa early 1930s

The Nancy H. Marshall A Visit from St. Nicholas Collection

"The fine arts department was asked to design and superintend the installation of these enormous parties to which the entire college was invited. The Christmas party was really terrific. It was in Phi Beta Kappa Hall. We took up all of the seats for dancing… The place was all lit by candles, and why in the world it didn’t burn down, I don’t know.”
Leslie Cheek, Jr.
Oral History Interview on May 11, 1976
Professor of Art and Architecture, 1935-1939

Head of the Department of Fine Arts, 1938-1939

University Archives Oral History Collection, UA 43

"[Preparation] involved first of all removing all of the seats on the main floor of the auditorium. They were individually taken up and individually replaced the first year. Thereafter, since it looked like we were going to have to do that every year for Mr. Bryan, the seats were bolted to boards (about two by ten boards), and they were brought into the auditorium in sections and replaced.”
J. Wilfred Lambert ‘27
Oral History Interview on January 8, 1975
Longtime W&M administrator
Retired as Vice President of Student Affairs, 1973

University Archives Oral History Collection, UA 43

Decorations in old PBK Hall, circa 1935 –1940

Led by Leslie Cheek, Jr., the Department of Fine Arts was charged with decorating for the president’s Christmas party each year. The event was held in the auditorium of old Phi Beta Kappa Hall, which was rebuilt after a 1953 fire and renamed Ewell Hall.
University Archives Photograph Collection, UA 8

Refreshments in the old PBK Hall lobby, 1937

Even staff members working at the event wore colonial inspired costumes to further the ambience.
John H. Garrett Photographs, UA 5.101

Refreshment table, circa 1935-1940
University Archives Photograph Collection, UA 8

Notice to Students, 1936

Theodore S. Cox, Chairman of the Committee on Special Events, prepared a notice outlining the policies and expectations for students at the campuswide costume party.
Christmas Activities Papers, UA 165

"There was a platform built which was, I suppose, about forty feet long and about six feet deep and eight or ten inches high. And then on top of that was a table, and in the middle of that long table was an enormous punch bowl, illuminated from below. Behind that punchbowl stood Ernest Cumber, who served the punch. He was about three or four feet above us when you added everything together, and he really rose to the occasion. This was a very important ceremony for Ernest, who on other occasions was the custodian and messenger in the administration office.”

J. Wilfred Lambert ‘27

Oral History Interview on January 8, 1975
Longtime W&M administrator
Retired as Vice President of Student Affairs, 1973

University Archives Oral History Collection, UA 43

From the Special Collections Research Center, Earl Gregg Swem Library at the College of William and Mary. See swem.wm.edu/scrc/ for further information and assistance.

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Spillers Mills, Buchanan’s Wharf, Redcliff BS1

Image by brizzle born and bred
1934 view of Spillers Mills at Buchanan’s Wharf, Redcliffe Backs, Bristol. Formerly Proctor Baker’s Granary built 1883-84. Now converted into city centre apartments.

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The one-man business of Joel Spiller of 1832 has therefore grown into the nationwide organization of Spillers to-day. From Bridgwater and Bristol it spread to Cardiff, where the rapidly expanding coal trade gave it an unexpected impetus. The firm of Spiller and Browne was then founded.

In 1855 the firm began to manufacture ships’ biscuits, and were the first in the market with this novel line. Grain offices were opened at Burton, Gloucester and Plymouth about the same time.

In 1882 the Cardiff mill was burnt and rebuilt on the latest lines. Five years later two larger mills were secured in Cardiff.

In 1889 the business was converted into a Limited Company under the title of Spiller and Co. (Cardiff) Ltd., and in the same year the name was changed again into Spillers and Bakers, as the firm joined forces with William Baker and Sons of Bristol.

In the ‘nineties a separate business was formed under the name of Spillers Nephews for the manufacture of biscuits and cake

In 1896 the main firm spread its influence to Newcastle-upon-Tyne by purchasing the Phoenix Mills of Messrs. Davidson, which were immediately remodelled.

In 1900, as a wind-up of the old century, a grain office was opened in London, which is now the centre of the company’s operations.

With the opening of the new century, the highly successful Turog Brown Flour Co. was launched.

In quick succession biscuit factories were opened at Newcastle-on-Tyne and London, the Cardiff Channel Mills were formed, "Uveco" cereals acquired, and a cattle-food plant established in London.

The control of Nicholas Nagle and Co of Manchester followed

In 1913 the incorporation of Victoria Foods, and the linking of certain grain businesses under the title of Spillers Grain Co.

Finally, the head office of the entire group was moved to London in 1916 as a preliminary to the programme of planning that was in store as soon as the Great War, then raging, should draw to an end.

The first great step heralding the expansion of Spillers on modern lines, and dividing its history into two main eras, took place in 1919. In 1919 its title was changed from Spillers and Bakers, into Spillers Milling and Associated Industries, which embodied several associated companies, and the new post-war phase of the absorption of similar and allied industries commenced.

The first arrangement was entered into in 1920 with the well-known firm of W. Vernon and Sons, Birkenhead and London. This business was even older than that of Spillers and Bakers, being established over one hundred and fifty years previously. Equally progressive also with three large modern mills and a firm reputation in the household of its product Millennium Flour.

This was followed by an amalgamation with F. A. Frost and Sons, Chester. The founder of this firm, quite apart from his fame as a miller, had certainly contributed to the diversion of all English-speaking peoples as the original of the folk-song "The Miller of Dee."

They were followed by the acquisition of the important firm of John Jackson and Sons of Manchester and Bolton. Jacksons’ is a household word in Manchester and throughout Lancashire, and "Ambrosia" Flour, which is the chief product of their mills, is the basis of much of the Lancashire man’s food.

Two further amalgamations followed quickly — Rishworth, Ingleby and Lofthouse of Hull and Watson, Todd and Co of Birmingham.

In 1927 the name of the main firm was changed to its present designation of Spillers Limited. Amalgamations and absorptions of a minor character have continued.

Recently the goodwill and trade marks of the animal foods section of the Thames Milling Co were purchased.

More recently the business and goodwill of John White and Sons (Glasgow), and the Craighall Milling Co, also of Glasgow.

1933 -The latest acquisitions have been the share capital of Stoate and Sons of Bristol, and the important animal food business of Rowland Brothers and Co of Avonmouth.

Stoate and Sons of Temple Back Bristol

(this building was demolished to make way for the new Temple Back development. For many years the top floor was used as a night club "Top-Cat Club")

See image link below

www.stoatesflour.co.uk/history.htm

In 1912 the business Stoate and Sons had outgrown the Watchet site and a new mill was built at Temple Back in Bristol. By this time the huge demand for white flour meant that the ‘roller milling’ system had taken over from the traditional method of grinding the corn between stones.

Leonard Stoate (son of James Stoate) was the technical director of this new mill and saw the enterprise grow through much transformation and expansion of market area.

The business amalgated with Spillers in 1933 but the family were still actively involved in operations. Brothers David and Norman (sons of Leonard Stoate) carried the family into its fourth generation of milling. Norman Stoate, started out on his own at Cann Mills (the present site) in 1947 taking on what was a country mill supplying animal feed to the many local farmers. Cann Mills was recorded in the Domesday Book and one of five mills within a mile on The Sturkel, a tributary to the River Stour.

By 1975 Spillers the company owned and operated 4 canned pet food factories and 4 biscuit and meal factories in the United Kingdom. Since then the smallest of the biscuit and meal factories (Avonmouth) has ceased production.

1979 Acquired by Dalgety

Information Source

www.gracesguide.co.uk/Spillers