|A BRIEF HISTORY OF YOUR LAUNDRY
|Romney M. Dansby and W.O. Hearne Started the Bryan Steam Laundry.
|R.M. Dansby left to go in the cord wood business.
|Robbie Walthhall joined the Bryan Steam Laundry as office boy. Joe Spell joined the company as a delivery wagon driver.
|The American Steam Laundry was installed in the present location by Tom Boyett and Albert Worley. A few months later they acquired by purchase and merged the Bryan Steam Laundry.
|R.M. Dansby acquired by purchase the American Steam Laundry from Mrs. Edna LaHatte, who had acquired it from her brother, Tom Boyett.
|Bryan Laundry, Inc. build by Walter Ayers and others.
|Bryan Laundry, Inc. purchased by R.M. Dansby and Roland Dansby. Roland took over the operation. In late 1931 the plant was closed and merged with the American Steam Laundry.
|Partnership of R.M. and R.C. Dansby was formed under the name of American Laundry and Dry Cleaners.
|Opened sub-station at College Station, managed by Ralston Batson and, after he entered the service, by his wife Dorothy.
|Martelle and Roland Dansby acquired the interest of R. M. Dansby.
|Due to ill health, Martelle withdrew from the business.
|Built Ridgecrest Washatorium.
|Built complete Laundry and Dry Cleaning plant in Rockdale, Texas.
|Acquired by purchase the Keeling Laundry and Cleaners in Centerville, Texas.
|Acquired by purchase the ideal Laundry of Bryan.
|To better describe our business, began use of trade names "Fabric Care Service" for our family customers and "American Laundry Linen-Uniform Service" for our commercial customers.
|Acquired by purchase the Snow White Laundry of Cameron, Texas.
|Acquired by purchase the Teague Steam Laundry of Teague, Texas.