From The National Engineer, Vol. XXV, No. 6, June, 1921: Advertisements
Something of a look at the hassles of shipping brick by train from: RATES ON BRICK CASE NO. 7596* (39 I. C. C, 118-125) DUFFNEY BRICK CO. ET AL. VS. BOSTON & MAINE RAILROAD. Submitted Sept. 20, 1915. Opinion No. 3600. Increased local rates on brick from Mechanicville and Lansingburgh, N. Y., and from Gonic, N. H., to Boston, Mass., and adjacent territory found Justified. … More Duffney Brick Co. et al Vs. Boston & Maine Railroad
From Municipal Journal and Engineer, Vol. X, No. 2, February, 1901 : Cambridge is one of the most enterprising cities in New England—in fact, in the United States. It is thoroughly up-to-date in its methods and conducts its various departments upon business principles. None is better managed than the Department of Streets, by Superintendent Charles … More Brick Pavement in Cambridge [Mass].
Charles Andrew Rubright and Henry Otto Dorman started the Corning Brick and Terra-Cotta Works in 1879. From Mr. Rubright’s obituary in 1915: After his release from Andersonville, Capt. Rubright returned to Williamsport and he and his half brother, H. O. Dorman were in business for a series of years as brick manufacturers and also as … More Corning Brick and Terra-Cotta Works, Corning, NY.
Brickfrog wants to get old style wooden brick moulds to mould his own bricks in. I would like to get my name on a brick, maybe even make a Brickfrog brick. This magnificent old company was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. James B Crowell & Son Inc 242 Lippincott Road, … More James B. Crowell & Sons, Brick Moulds, Shawangunk, NY.
From the University of the State of New York Bulletin, No. 571, July 15, 1914: Tidewater Paving Brick Co., Catskill. This plant, situated so as to have only water transportation, secures its supply of red Chemung shale at Cairo, a distance of 10 miles from the village of Catskill. Transportation is by means of a narrow … More Tidewater Paving Brick Company, Catskill, Ny
From Brick, Vol. XXII, No. 1, Jan., 1900: The Ferris Paving Brick Co., of Mechanicville, N.Y. has been incorporated with a capital of $100,000 to manufacture paving brick, pressed front brick, hollow brick, tile and other clay and shale products. Directors are J. C. Duncan, F. H. Ferris, W. L. Howland, H. O. Bailey and … More Ferris Paving Brick Company, Mechanicville, N.Y.