This company made industrial-sized sanding machines. They were active from the 1930s through to 1998, and possibly both before and after that time. They were a diversified company that likely made sanders for only a fraction of their years in business, including the 1950s.
After founder R. H. Bouligny's death in 1971, the company was reorgnized under a new umbrella company, the Rowe Corp. Oliver Reagan Rowe had been the president of R. H. Bouligny, Inc.; he became president and chairman of Rowe Corp. Rowe Corp. has since gone out of business.
- In 1955-56 Hitchcock's Wood Worker's Digest Directory.
- A google search produced a modest amount of information on this company. In 1998 R. H. Bouligny Inc. issued a WARN (Worker Adjustment Retraining Notification) notice of impending layoffs. The company was involved in a 1965 case before the U. S. Supreme Court. The Corporate Affiliations website has a listing for R. H. Bouligny, Inc. that indicates it went out of business some time after 1976.