Newburgh Again: Granite City Soap Co.

Illustrated and Descriptive Newburgh (1906):


Proprietors of the old Oakley Soap Plant. This Company was organized in Fall River, Mass., in 1888, under Maine laws, as a Co-operative Soap Manufacturing Company, and acquired the present property in 1891 for manufacturing a general line of laundry soaps, under advertised and private brands, as well as soap Powder, Chip Soap, etc. The officers of the company are: A. J. Lovell, Boston, Mass., President ; H. W. Durgin, Newburgh, N. Y., Treasurer and General Manager; R. A. Atwood, Boston, Mass., Secretary.

Newburgh Again: New Light for Newburgh and for the Nation

New Light for Newburgh and for the Nation

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A commemoration
March 31, 1984
Through the courtesy of
Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands
Office of the Orange County Historian
Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation
Thomas A. Edison Papers, Rutgers, The State of N.J.
Edison National Historic Site, West Orange, N.J.
The Times Herald-Record