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Union Camp, corporation was an American pulp and paper company and a private owner of timberland in the United States.In 1999 it was acquired.International Paper agreed to buy, union Camp for stock valued at 5 billion, sending the shares of its smaller rival soaring.
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Each of these family-owned companies had unique histories that led to the ultimate success of Union Camp until it was acquired.McAuley, an analyst with Brown Brothers Harriman.By 1918, the success of the company was obvious through the observations of the local community.