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In 1922, the organization again revamped itself, fabricating furniture under the name F. A. Ames Corporation until 1941 when F.a. Ames Corp. documented for chapter 11 and the majority of its holdings were acquired by the Whitehall Furniture Co. of Owensboro.
Frederic A. Ames kicked the bucket in 1925 at the age of 60. At the time of his passing, Ames was accounted for to have endless land holding in Owensboro and Atlanta, Georgia. His widow, the previous Mary M. Mcmannon, kicked the bucket in 1933. In spite of the fact that the Ames had no youngsters of their own, Mary’s niece, Marie had been brought up in their home as a received tyke, and inherited a large portion of Ames’ fortune.