Papers of the Société Anonyme Dar Naama, comprising legal papers, minutes and correspondence.
Société Anonyme Dar Naama
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- ReferenceGB 102 AWM/AMB/02/04
- Dates of Creation1935-1979
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Administrative / Biographical History
The Société Anonyme Dar Naama was an independent property owning company set up by the Algiers Mission Band in Algeria in 1935. After the merger with the North Africa Mission the company had to be liquidated. First steps were taken in September 1978 when the 20th AGM of the Algiers Mission Band Association Ltd. decided to liquidate. Jeanne Guibé served as the secretary of the company for many years, and Peter G Longley oversaw the liquidation and the sale of properties. Properties owned by the company in 1966 were listed as: Dar Naama – occupied by the Algiers Mission Band; Blida – occupied by the Algiers Mission Band; Tlemcen – occupied by the North Africa Mission (in 1966), in addition to properties in Relizane, Miliana, Touggourt and Sétif, which by 1966 were let.