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f the product of several others is required to supply their needs. Eight to nine million feet are used annually, and three or four million carried in stock. From four to five hundred cars a year are now unloaded in the yard of the Page Box Co. Parry Brothers. Cambridge has achieved an enviable reputation for many thriving industries, and among the number that of manufacturing the best brick deserves a word of special mention. The business is all concentrated in one section, a part of Ward 5, North Cambridge. The various pits are located at the upper portion of the section named above, and the most extensive manufacturers are Parry Brothers, whose success and fame in this line are due to unceasing energy, push, and enterprise. The firm originated in 1874, when the late C. E. Parry, father of the Parry brothers, commenced the industry at the old New England Brick Co.'s plant at the foot of Raymond Street. Mr. Parry died in 1878, and his sons, Messrs. John and William, contin