6 edition of The brick and tile industry in Stark County, 1809-1976 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by C. Harold McCollam.|
|Contributions||Stark County (Ohio) Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||HD9605.U63 S735|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 337 p. :|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||76017281|
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As the town developed, the Montgomery County History Book notes a railroad crossed the town's west side and led to the brickyard.
Houses were later built during the early s. According to a publication entitled The Brick and Tile Industry in Stark County (copyright ): "When Metropolitan acquired the Darlington plant they also got two small plants at Malvern, Ohio; the Malvern Fireproofing Company and Malvern Clay Company, which were owned by the same group that sold them Darlington Fireproofing.
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Because of the region's abundance of clay, Stark County became a mecca for brick-making in the s. According to the Ohio Historical Society and E.T. Heald's "The Stark County Story," 41 brick Author: Charita Goshay.
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Belden (July 4, – Ap ), chartered the company in Canton, Ohio as the 'Diebold Fire Brick Company' in on the Belden farm. The Belden Family belongs to the Weatherhead School of Management Headquarters: Canton, Ohio, USA.
Also gone are the brick and tile plants and steel mills and passenger railroad traffic that contributed to the growth of Louisville from 33 total lots in to a city of roughly 9, people : Ed Balint. Ironrock is a manufacturer of high quality indoor/outdoor unglazed ceramic quarry tile, and architectural thin brick.
Located in Canton (Stark County), Ohio, Ironrock uses Ohio clays and shales that are considered to be some of the best in the country. Ironrock operates a facility ofsq ft, with a workforce of + employees.
Stark County also has an active tourist industry, including the President William McKinley National Memorial, the First Ladies Museum, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame, among numerous other sites.
The county’s average income dollars per person inwith percent of the population living in poverty. Augusta Township is situated on the northern line of Carroll County, with Stark County on the north, East Township on the east, Washington Township at the south and Brown Township on the west.
and it is these veins that are being worked on a very extensive scale in the manufacture of hollow building tile, sewer pipe, building brick, paving. The year of was an important one for The Belden Brick Company. In March The Belden-Stark Brick Company of Detroit was incorporated as a joint venture of The Belden Brick Company and Stark Ceramics Inc.
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History of Stark County, Ohio: p. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number The company has tile and brick factories at Minerva, with headquarters at Summitville in Columbiana County, where Johnson’s grandfather, F.H.
Johnson, arrived in Because of the region's abundance ebook clay, Stark County became a mecca for brick-making in the s. According to the Ohio Historical Society and E.T.
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