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.
I’m expanding into a new line: sidewalk markers. The marks pavers put into the concrete. From House Beautiful, Vol. 43, 1917, a snippet: First, he would throw in a pail of water, then a pail of cement, the big kettle rotating *Otto A. Theurer, Newton, Mass. the while. Then two other workmen would start shovelling … More Otto A. Theurer, Watertown St., Watertown, Mass.
From The Clay-Worker, Vol. XVI, No. 4, October 15, 1891: Vitrified Street Paving and Dry Press Brickmaking in New England by J. A. Snell. THE dry press brick was born and has flourished in the middle west for a number of years, and has been cordially invited to beautify cities as far west as the Pacific coast, … More Vitrified Street Paving and Dry Press Brickmaking in New England
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].
From Municipal Journal & Engineer, Vol. X, No. 6, June, 1901: From The Street Railway Journal, Vol. XVI, No. 16, October, 1900: AN IMPROVED PAVING BLOCK The large number of roads now laid with the ordinary trainhead girder rail have long experienced the troubles accompanying its use both from the wearing out of the adjacent … More The Buckland Paving Block, Springfield, Mass.