1909 :: The 320-324 East Main St. Shawnee, OK Round House factory employed 70 workers to produce a variety of denim products ranging from jackets, shirts, jeans, overalls, sacks, and aprons. Around this time, an average of 42 passenger trains and 65 freight trains passed through Shawnee daily.
John W. Walker - President
R.M. Harris - Vice-President
Alvin S. Nuckolls - Secretary
1910 :: Round House factory relocates to larger facility located at 113-117 N. Bell St. Shawnee, OK with double capacity. The thriving business remains the most well-known denim overall brand in the region.