The Redwood Manufacturers Company Plant in Pittsburg, Calif. albums contain 274 photographic prints taken circa 1915 to circa
1925. The subject of the albums is the Redwood Manufacturers Co. (Remco), located in Pittsburg adjacent to the U.S. Steel
Corporation. Both albums feature scenes from the Remco factory and wharf which include grounds, lumber yards, machinery, a
wide array of Remco redwood products -- such as pipes, tanks, doors, balusters, posts, shingles, siding, railing, columns,
and models -- and several steam ships. The second album (1905.11965) also pictures residential exteriors presumably featuring
Remco products, installation activity, damaged buildings, a loading crane accident, and Remco president C.J. Wood.
274 photographs, various sizes; compiled in 2 albums, 18 x 35 cm. and 29 x 40 cm.
41 digital objects
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