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The Cambridge of eighteen hundred and ninety-six: a picture of the city and its industries fifty years after its incorporation (ed. Arthur Gilman) 20 0 Browse Search
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st as Constantinople, and also to South America. Barbour, Stockwell Co. The Barbour, Stockwell Co. is theferred the good-will, stock, tools, and fixtures to Barbour & Stockwell. The Cambridge Railroad was built whed from the hands of W. O. Taylor Co. into those of Barbour & Stockwell,—Walworth O. Barbour, of Cambridge, andWalworth O. Barbour, of Cambridge, and Frederic F. Stockwell, of Somerville, who continued the business at No. 11 Chardon Street, Boston. The firm of Walworth O. Barbour & Co. was founded in 1882, and consisted of Mr. Barbour, Alfred Morrill, and Albert F. Mr. Barbour, Alfred Morrill, and Albert F. Allen, all of Cambridge. Previous to that time the Walworth Manufacturing Co. had occupied the greater part ofthe new works purchased by them at South Boston. Mr. Barbour had been in their employ for about eight years aston, were merged into one concern under the name of Barbour, Stockwell & Co. Contemplated improvements in the b under the laws of Massachusetts, under the name of Barbour, Stockwell Co. Various causes have combined to b
. E. D. Leavitt, 356. Expanded Metal work. Eastern Expanded Metal Co., 351. Foundry. Broadway Iron Foundry Co., 350. Gas lighting. Cambridge Gas Light Co., 380. Glass. P. J. McElroy & Co., 393. Hats. David Wilcox & Co., 393. Hoisting-engines. Walter W. Field, 355. Miller & Shaw, 355. Hydraulic hose. Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Co., 366. Ladders and chairs. C. H. W. Moulton & Co., 394. Lubricants. Hall Brothers, 351. Machinery. Barbour, Stockwell Co., 346. Hall Brothers, 351. Miller & Shaw, 355. Rawson & Morrison Manufacturing Co., 348. James H. Roberts & Co., 355. Mats and matting. James A. Furfey, 393. Mill and laundry supplies. Alden Speare's Sons & Co., 382. Netting. American Net and Twine Co., 377. Oils. Jerome Marble & Co., 394. Alden Speare's Sons & Co., 382. Organs, parlor. Mason & Hamlin Co., 342. Sylvester Tower, 344. Organs, pipe. Samuel S. Hamill, 342. P