Amalie (HM2H0F)

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N 41° 37.093', W 79° 40.269'

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Pennsylvania Motor Oil

William H. Daugherty lived in Titusville before founding the Daugherty Refinery in Petrolia, PA.
Amalie was created in 1903 when L. Sonneborn & Sons
bought Daugherty Refinery. It was the first refiner of mineral oils in the United States.
In 1924, the Sonneborns bought the Franklin Creek
Refinery in Franklin PA; building Amalie into a major
industry source of pharmaceutical petrolatums (i.e
petroleum jelly) and mineral oils.
Amalie was the first company to sell multi-grade motor oil (Imperial 10W30) in 1953.
Amalie''s current slogan "Better than it has to be... Since 1903"
In the 1960s the Sonneborns sold Amalie to Witco Chemical.In 1996 Amalie was sold to Sun Oil and again in 1997 to the Barkett Family in Tampa Bay, Florida.
It is the largest privately held independent blender of motor oils and industrial lubricants in North America.
HM NumberHM2H0F
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Date Added Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019 at 2:02pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)17T E 610708 N 4608241
Decimal Degrees41.61821667, -79.67115000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 41° 37.093', W 79° 40.269'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds41° 37' 5.5800000000002" N, 79° 40' 16.14" W
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