There's been a thought in the back of my mind that the Teamster's Union was somehow involved in developing Winchester Village (which was formerly part of Governor Henry Howland Crapo's farm in Gaines Township). Some of the Winchester Village documents were signed by Frank Fitzsimmons...the Teamster!* In the excerpt below, ROBERT F. KENNEDY as part of the Select Committee questioned union officials about little ole Winchester Village.!
I found the name of the land company to be The North American Development Company and the Winshall Corporation, but apparently it was also known as the Winchester Village Land Co.
This site, "Investigation of improper activities in the labor or management field. Hearings before the Select Committee on Improper Activities in the Labor or Management Field," included the following excerpt:
121. Escrow agreement dated October 12, 1955, between Win- chester Village Land Co. and Michigan Conference of Teamsters Welfare Fund of the City of Detroit 14711 (*)
122. Letter dated November 11, 1955 addressed to Abstract & Title Guaranty Co. Re: Escrow agreement governing the disbursement of the proceeds of Mortgage Loan on Winchester Village, signed by George S. Fitzgerald 14713 14903 122 A. Letter dated December 9, 195*5, addressed to Abstract & Title Guaranty Co., re Winchester Village Land Co., signed by George S. Fitzgerald 14713 14904 123. Letter dated March 19, 1956, addressed to Jack I. Winshall and signed by Norman J. Monnig 14722 14905 124. Document "Offer to Purchase Real Estate" Northerly 10 acres of the Northeast % Section 3, T6N, R5E. Gaines Township, Genesee County, Mich 14722 (*)Mr. Kennedy [ROBERT KENNEDY, as specialcounsel, was designated as the interrogator even though JFK was on the Committee]. Who are the other individuals ? Mr. Henson. Abe Green and John Babcock were representatives of the company known as Winchester Village Land Co. There was also present the trustees of the welfare fund, Frank Fitzsimmons*, Robert Holmes, Howard Minnich, and Chester Dady.Mr. Kennedy. Mr. Hoffa, you are familiar with the loan that was made to the Winchester Village? Mr. Hoffa. Yes.
Robert Kennedy vs Jimmy Hoffa on YouTube here.
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