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Early adopters of the Borgel screw case included Longines and the International Watch Co. After François Borgel’s death in 1912 the business was carried on by his daughter Louisa.
Louisa Borgel sold the business in 1924 to the Taubert family of Le Locle, who carried it on until the 1970s supplying many watch manufacturers including the illustrious Patek Philippe and Vacheron Constantin.
The club now accepts African Americans as members (since the seventies) and women (since the nineties), but atheists still aren't welcome.
Lions Club International is an organization focused on the promotion of understanding across political and sectarian lines and on the support of charitable entities.
It started out as a group of men getting together in a "club" in order to get around the legal opening hours of taverns in New York City.