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Identifier: appendixtojourna19177cali
Title: Appendix to the Journals of the Senate and Assembly of the ... session of the Legislature of the State of California
Year: 1853 (1850s)
Authors: California. Legislature
Subjects: Legislative journals
Publisher: Sacramento : State Printing
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: San Francisco Public Library


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lone fire brick kilns. lone Fire Brick Company, lone, Amador County, California. dried in the drying yard during the summer months or on a hot pandrier during the winter. After the cake is thoroughly dry, it is passedthrough a disc pulverizer, ground to flour size and sacked for shipment.Silica product is sold to glass factories. Daily production of plant,15 tons. Twelve men employed. Product Development Company,owner. No. 58 Sutter street, San Francisco. Leo Schlyter, superin-tendent.

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Drying yard of lone Fire Brick Company and Newman clay pit No. 2, lone, Amador County, California. AMADOR COUNTY. 11 Steiger Terra Cotta and Pottery Works. At South San Francisco,office 45 Mills Building, San Francisco, obtain clay from four pits nearCarbondale: Free, Irish Hill, Baker Hill, and Gage clay banks. This company has a lease on a zone 3 miles square, from thelone Coal and Iron Company. The Free and Irish Plill banks producea plastic clay, while Baker Hill and Gage banks produce fire clay.Clay is hauled to storage sheds on the Southern Pacific Railroad, witha storage capacity of 13,000 tons. M. J. Bacon, of Carbondale,superintendent. Io7ie Fire Brick Company, of 946 Monadnock Building, San Fran-cisco. C. Hidecker, of San Francisco, manager; A. S. Cunningham, oflone, superintendent. Clay quarried from Newman Clay Companybanks, which the above company has under lease. The plant consistsof five round down-draft brick kilns, oil fired; capacity of kilnsbeing 65,000 bricks, or 1


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bookid:appendixtojourna19177cali bookyear:1853 bookdecade:1850 bookcentury:1800 bookauthor:California__Legislature booksubject:Legislative_journals bookpublisher:Sacramento___State_Printing bookcontributor:San_Francisco_Public_Library booksponsor:San_Francisco_Public_Library bookleafnumber:43 bookcollection:americana

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