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history of the Hoffman paper mills in Maryland

May Albright Seitz

history of the Hoffman paper mills in Maryland

by May Albright Seitz

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Published by Printed by the Holiday press in [Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hoffman family (William Hoffman, 1740-1811)

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 63.

    Other titlesHoffman paper mills in Maryland.
    Statementby May A. Seitz.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS1096 .H6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p.
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6497776M
    LC Control Number46004445
    OCLC/WorldCa2199215

    The first paper maker in Maryland was William Hoffman. In he built his first mill on Gunpowder Falls a quarter mile upstream from the present Hoffmanville Bridge. In September Congress adopted watermarked paper for its currency. Hoffmanville Mills manufactured this type paper as well as writing and wrapping paper. Pennsylvania History vol. 13, no. 4, October Published: Front Matter. Front Matter The History of the Hoffman Paper Mills in Maryland, by May A. Seitz PDF Book Reviews: A Letter by Dr. Benjamin Rush Describing the Consecration of the German College at Lancaster in June, Printed, with an Introduction and.

    with the history of the German ele- ment in the Middle Atlantic States, of the Hoffman Paper Mills in Mary- land, (Towson, Maryland, ); various book- lets and pamphlets from the library of. her father, the late Mr. August F. Trappe. The Society also wishes to express its. thanks to Dr. Emerson Greenaway. and Miss Elizabeth C.   The mill was known as the Marble Vale Paper Mill. A Baltimore County mercantile directory indicates the paper mill is co-owned by Mathews & Hoffman. As the paper mill and group of houses grew near the Paper Mill Covered Bridge over the Gunpowder at that location, the settlement took on the name Hoffmansville.

    Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. - Hoffman Paper Mills Hoffmanville, Baltimore County Gunpowder Road (northeast side), ft. north of Hoffmanville.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Seitz, May Albright. History of the Hoffman paper mills in Maryland. [Baltimore], [Printed by the Holiday Press], []. The history of the Hoffman paper mills in Maryland by May Albright Seitz,Printed by the Holiday press edition, in English.

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Hoffman went on to become involved in a wide range of public concerns. In this new and revealing biography Alan R. Raucher provides the first assessment of Hoffman's entire career, beginning with his rise to the presidency of Studebaker and his success in applying progressive management to lift it from bankruptcy to.

The first paper maker in Maryland was William Hoffman. In he built his first mill on Gunpowder Falls a quarter mile upstream from the present Hoffmanville Bridge.

In September Congress adopted watermarked paper for its currency. Hoffmanville Mills manufactured this type paper as well as writing and wrapping paper. Whitman H. Ridgway, Community Leadership in Maryland, - (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press, ). Mary A.

Seitz, The History of the Hoffman Paper Mills in Maryland. Home Archives Pennsylvania History vol. 13, no. 4, October Book Reviews and Book Notes Book Reviews: The History of the Hoffman Paper Mills in Maryland, by May A. Seitz. Hoffman & Sons owned Gunpowder, Clipper, Rockdale, and Hoffman (at Silver Run) paper mills.

Not shown on the map is the Hoffman's Marble Vale mill, located on Paper Mill Road, near Cockeysville, which burned in Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

Catalog start Subject "Hoffman family (William Hoffman, )" Remove constraint Subject: The history of the Hoffman paper mills in Maryland [] Seitz, May Albright. [Baltimore: Printed by the Holiday press, ]. The history of the Hoffman paper mills in Maryland.

Baltimore: Printed by the Holiday Press. MLA. Seitz, May A. The History of the Hoffman Paper Mills in Maryland. Baltimore: Printed by the Holiday Press, Print.

CHICAGO. Seitz, May Albright. The history of the Hoffman paper mills in Maryland. [Baltimore]: [Printed by the Holiday Press]. The Hoffman Paper Mills had a warehouse in the village as did the Rockdale Powder Company.

Both used the rail sidings here and in Freeland to ship their goods. A frequently repeated story tells that the Oakland public school would be closed on days when black powder was being loaded onto rail cars due to its proximity to the sidings.

attributed to the dwelling due to the number of members of the Hoffman family that inhabited the area and their influence on the community. William H. Hoffman owned three paper mills in the vicinity, the Clipper, the Gunpowder, and the Rockdale Paper-Mills.

In the towns of Paper Mill Post Office and Rockdale, W. Hoffman was a member of one of the large paper-mill families in the area. William H. Hoffman owned three paper mills in the vicinity, the Clipper, the Gunpowder, and the Rockdale Paper-Mills.

The Loucks & Hoffman paper mill location is positioned in the reservoir based upon information on page of the book by John W. McGrain; From Pig Iron to Cotton Duck, A History of Manufacturing Villages in Baltimore County.

Mills 2 Paper Manufacturing--Philadelphiath century 2 Papermaking machinery 2 Books and Bookselling--Philadelphiath century 1 Box industry 1 Description and travel 1 Employment 1 Europe--Description and Travelth century 1 Genealogy 1 Levis genealogy.

Hoffman & Sons owned Gunpowder, Clipper, Rockdale, and Hoffman (at Silver Run) paper mills. Not shown on the map is the Hoffman's Marble Vale mill, located on Paper Mill Road, near Cockeysville, which burned in Map from McGrain, From Pig Iron to Cotton Duck, p.

Sources: John W. McGrain, From Pig Iron to Cotton Duck: A History of.Book Review: The History of the Hoffman Paper Mills. By May A. Seitz. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography.

Current Search, Book Reviews. Book Review: The History of the Hoffman Paper Mills. The text for this historical marker is: Hoffman Paper Mills-The first paper maker in Maryland was William Hoffman. In he built his first mill on Gunpowder Falls a quarter mile upstream from the present Hoffmanville Bridge.

In September Congress adopted watermarked paper for its currency.