From Dependable Highways, Vol. 3, Nos. 3-9, 1916: From The Blast Furnace and Steel Plant, Vol. 7, No. 9, September, 1919: From History of Youngstown and Mahoning Valley, Ohio by Joseph Green Butler Jr., 1921: The Bessemer Limestone Company The Bessemer Limestone Company was organized in 1885. After the sale of the properties of the Brier Hill Limestone … More Bessemer Block, Youngstown, Ohio.
C.P Mayer Brick Company Letterhead, 1917: From Allegheny County Pennsylvania; Illustrated, 1896: C.P. MAYER; Lumber, Etc.; Bridgeville.—This, the first and only lumber yard in the borough, was established by Mr. Mayer twelve years ago and is on the Bridgeville & McDonald Branch of the P. C. C. & St. L. R. R., with direct shipping facilities to all points. The stock includes … More C.P. Mayer Brick Co., Bridgeville, Pa.
From Catalogue Special Exhibition, Boston Architectural Club, Allston Hall, Grundmann Studio Building, from April 5th to April 17th inclusive, 1897: From The Brickbuilder, Vol. VI, No. 6, June, 1897: THE copartnership heretofore existing between George R. Twichell and Alfred Yates, dealers in builders’ supplies at 19 Federal Street, Boston, under the name and style of G. R. Twichell & … More Shawmut Vitrified Paving Brick Works, Shawmut, PA.
From The Brick Builder: An Architectural Monthly, Vol. 15, No. 12, December 1903: Note these brick were available from Waldo Brothers in Boston. From The New York Times, March 22, 1908: $25,000 Note Swindle TOMBS PRISONER IDENTIFIED AS MAN WHO IS ACCUSED OF A FRAUD James M. Whelply, who is in the Tombs, was identified yesterday as … More Blue Ridge Enameled Brick Co., Newark, New Jersey.
From Men of Massachusetts: A Collection of Portraits of Representative Men in Business and Professional Life in the Common wealth of Massachusetts, published under the editorial auspices of The Boston Press Club, 1903: From The New England Business Directory and Gazetteer for 1891 published by Sampson and Murdock: [January 11th, 1890] Henry C. Curtis, of the firm of Curtis & Pope, … More Curtis & Pope Lumber Co., 774 Albany St., Boston, Mass.
From The Clay-Worker, Vol. XXXIX, No. 4, April, 1903: The Brighton Fire Brick Company of New Brighton, Pa., which has taken over the two plants of the A. F. Smith Company, of that place, has been incorporated. The new company will make a number of important improvements to the properties. Robert L. Baker, of Monaca, Pa., is at … More Brighton Fire Brick Co., New Brighton, Penna.
From The Blast Furnace and Steel Plant, Vol. VII, 1919: