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U.S. Reports: Sanford Tool Co. v. Howe, Brown and Co., 157 U.S. 312 (1895).

U.S. Reports: Sanford Tool Co. v. Howe, Brown and Co., 157 U.S. 312 (1...

Description: U.S. Reports Volume 157; October Term, 1894; Sanford Fork and Tool Company v. Howe Brown and Company, Limited

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex County, MA

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex...

Significance: The Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory is significant as the first U.S. manufacturer of copper paint, which was used on the bottom of boats to prevent marine growth. Survey number: HAER MA-166 Build... more

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex County, MA

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex...

Significance: The Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory is significant as the first U.S. manufacturer of copper paint, which was used on the bottom of boats to prevent marine growth. Survey number: HAER MA-166 Build... more

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex County, MA

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex...

Significance: The Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory is significant as the first U.S. manufacturer of copper paint, which was used on the bottom of boats to prevent marine growth. Survey number: HAER MA-166 Build... more

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex County, MA

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex...

Significance: The Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory is significant as the first U.S. manufacturer of copper paint, which was used on the bottom of boats to prevent marine growth. Survey number: HAER MA-166 Build... more

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex County, MA

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex...

Significance: The Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory is significant as the first U.S. manufacturer of copper paint, which was used on the bottom of boats to prevent marine growth. Survey number: HAER MA-166 Build... more

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex County, MA

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex...

Significance: The Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory is significant as the first U.S. manufacturer of copper paint, which was used on the bottom of boats to prevent marine growth. Survey number: HAER MA-166 Build... more

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex County, MA

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex...

Significance: The Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory is significant as the first U.S. manufacturer of copper paint, which was used on the bottom of boats to prevent marine growth. Survey number: HAER MA-166 Build... more

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex County, MA

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex...

Significance: The Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory is significant as the first U.S. manufacturer of copper paint, which was used on the bottom of boats to prevent marine growth. Survey number: HAER MA-166 Build... more

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex County, MA

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex...

Significance: The Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory is significant as the first U.S. manufacturer of copper paint, which was used on the bottom of boats to prevent marine growth. Survey number: HAER MA-166 Build... more

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex County, MA

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex...

Significance: The Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory is significant as the first U.S. manufacturer of copper paint, which was used on the bottom of boats to prevent marine growth. Survey number: HAER MA-166 Build... more

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex County, MA

Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory, End of Horton Street, Gloucester, Essex...

Significance: The Tarr and Wonson Paint Factory is significant as the first U.S. manufacturer of copper paint, which was used on the bottom of boats to prevent marine growth. Survey number: HAER MA-166 Build... more