On July 9, 1913, "when Mr. Molloy had lifted the receiver a voice said, 'Henry, I have a fellow here who has some ideas. Fellow named Moore. We're going to form a corporation.'
'What are you going to call this corporation?' asked Molloy.
'We'll call it Moore & McCormack Company, Incorporated,' said McCormack.
'You'll need three directors,' said Molloy.
'All right,' replied McCormack. 'You be a director, along with Moore and me. You be secretary, too. We'll make Moore president and I'll be treasurer. All right with you?'
'Suits me fine,' said Molloy.
'All right, get to work on it.'"
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