The AFCA has over members with a wide variety of backgrounds. The average collector has been collecting for 12 years and has 70 fans in their collection. We have 20 members with 50 or more years of experience. Their friendship, knowledge, and willingness to share proves to be a valuable asset for the Association. The AFCA is a not-for-profit organization. Each new member is provided with an AFCA membership directory, with access to the considerable AFCA fan history archives, and with numerous local and national meetings.
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During that period, a competitor emerged. The Thomson-Houston Company became a dominant electrical innovation company through a series of mergers led by Charles A. Coffin, a former shoe manufacturer from Lynn, Massachusetts. As both businesses expanded, it had become increasingly difficult for either company to produce complete electrical installations relying solely on their own patents and technologies.