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A collection of Hudson River & New England Brick with a brief history of the yards and towns where they were made. A for his exhaustive work on "Brick Brands of the United States." Other sources consulted are noted in various section of the web site. In 1910, Berlin had about 11 brickyards, and yearly produced about 102,500,000 bricks.WEBMASTER NOTE: This is in no way meant to be an authoritative resource for the identity of brick brands. Another resource for identifying Hudson River bricks is a listing prepared by collector Andy Van Der Poel. Aldridge, a brick manufacturer located in Dutchess Junction. The Great Depression ended the building construction.Chapters also on lightships and historic life-saving stations, including availability of overnight accommodations. Lady with a Spear is a book filled with facts and adventure, told by the shark lady herself, Eugenie Clark. She travels from island to island in the South Pacific and the . Featured on our web site and in our monthly web catalogues are new and out-of-print books, documents, post cards, photographs, maps and charts, engravings, lithographs, uniforms and insignia, tools, lamps, lens apparatus, equipment and apparatus and much more relating to these heroic services. You can get close to virtually all of Americas lighthouses, and many allow you to climb to the top and stay as long as a month in historic buildings. In this book, readers will find unique lighthouse structures, such as the Port Mahon Lighthouse, which hovers over the water on pilings and the Portland Breakwater Lighthouse, which contains architectural details similar to those found on the White House.
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He was prominent as a manufacturer and still more so as a selling agent in New York City where he had offices in the Times Square Building. After finishing his college course he entered the employ of the Atlas Brick Co, of Hudson, N Y, of which his father was an officer, and later was appointed paymaster. He was a member of the Central Presbyterian Church of Haverstraw." The Bartlett Brothers are Fred W. Berlin was known throughout the northeast for brick making.
He became one of the leading figures in the brick industry, was president of the Thomas Aldridge Brick and Land Company and also served as vice-president of the Greater New York Brick Company. He was a member of the University Glee Club, and of the Class Day committee at graduation. Because the clay in Berlin was so perfect for brick making, the business continued for a little over 120 years.