Group Title: Manufacturing & industry : #632 (Deland)
Title: Manufacturing & industry
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 Material Information
Title: Manufacturing & industry #632 (Deland)
Alternate Title: Manufacturing and industry #632 Deland
Physical Description: 3 leaves : ; 28 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Goebel, Rubye K
Converse, Mildred
Federal Writers' Project of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Florida
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: S.l
Publication Date: 1936]
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Subject: History -- Volusia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: bibliography   ( marcgt )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
 Notes
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (Leaf 3)
Statement of Responsibility: researched by Rubye K. Goebel and M. Converse, (formerly rewriter)
General Note: "Federal Writers' Projects, American Guide, Daytona Beach, Florida."
General Note: "FFW 26."
General Note: "September 28, 1936."
General Note: Caption title.
General Note: Typescript for the Federal Writers' Project.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00055554
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002025554
oclc - 32947654
notis - AKL3122

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Daytona Beach, Florida





and M. Converse (formerly
rewriter)


Approx. 200 words. Sept. 28, 1930

The el and tumbejr ComBa, a corporation, manufactures
rouh and dressed pine lumber-monthly capacity approximately

100,000 feet. Sales method. jobbers and retailers. J(De. Lan
Cormiok is president and J. Willis yoCoriok, Aeoretary and
treasurerte)

CDeaod arnaoturinR Comooa (rp L. Moreland, o ner)
located at 410 N. Spring Garden Ave., anufactures around 300

oaskets monthly, selling direct to undertakers.
DeLand Citnus L roers AssCoiationo a corporation,, mlo ted

on W. Michigan Ave., packs citrus fruit under the trade names,of
"Canaryu and drollege Maidu, selling throu exchange. The aapproxi-

ate daily output is m2,000 boxes. 0.an. Morse is president, M. E.
Hazen, vice-president and J. L. Carr, secretary-treasurer.

Ane unusual mall industry is the Florida Palmetto Fibre
Co. (subsidiary of Ox Mibre Brush Co. Ino. of Frederick, Md.),

located tn Benson Junotion; turn right at railroad 7.0 miles south
of Orange City on U. 8. #17.
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MNUrFACTURING & INDUSTRnY 83Y
(DeLand)
Researohed by Rubye K. Goebel,
Sr. Intvr.
and M. Converse, (formerly
rewriter)

Daytona Beaoh, Florida


Product: Fibre used in making brooms and brushes. The

only products they actually manufacture are whisk brooms of various
sizes. The fibre is gathered from cabbage palmettos by individuals

or groups, non-employoes of the company, and treated at the plant.

The Company is a corporation within itself, owning all the building
which, exclusive of the f..otory, are: office building, post office,
/
store, 18 colored dwellings and 4 white residences. The location
is on both the Florida East Coast and Atlantic Coast Line Railroads,

and shipments are made to all parts of the United States. The plant

is in operation 9 months each year, and has been located there about

8 years. Mr. J. A. right is present general maAager.











By Rubyi K. Ooebel, Sr. Intvr.

and

U. Oonveroe, formerr rewriter)


9ept, 28, 1936




BIBL TOGIAPgHY




MANU :ACTURINt & IiXtn1rYr #632
(nel-and)

DAYTOA BEACH, ILOOJRI)A


Florida Xndustrial 0trectory, 1935-i190
Pub. 'The ftoord Co.. St. AU~gutine, Fla.
Uaytona Bo.ah QChamber of Oo meroe.


Interview Yith: Mr. J. 0. Mitohell,
sanford, Florida
(Conlnected with )la. palmotto
Fibre Oo. Denson Junotion)





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