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National Pairpoint Company, et al (Bldg); Atlantic Carton Corporation of Delaware, New Bedford, Mass. [insurance map]

National Pairpoint Company, et al (Bldg); Atlantic Carton Corporation of Delaware, New Bedford, Mass. [insurance map]

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Title:
National Pairpoint Company, et al (Bldg); Atlantic Carton Corporation of Delaware, New Bedford, Mass. [insurance map]
Description:
Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies. National Pairpoint Company, et al (Bldg); Atlantic Carton Corporation of Delaware, New Bedford, Mass. Boston, Mass.: Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies, 1950. Surveyed October 14, 1940. Surveyed by W. A. Higgins; traced by B. S. & G. B. Additional data from M. A. Cummings. Survey amended October 4, 1950. 1 sheet. Includes plan of buildings (with dimensions), elevation views of individual buildings (with functions of building floors and rooms), and surroundings, including some dwellings. Also includes description of construction of property and details of existing water sources and fire protection resources; original property description has been pasted over. Lacks isometric view of buildings. Updates dated 1958-1959 have been pasted onto original map. "National Pairpoint Company" has been crossed out in title and "Container Corp. of America" written above it. Pencilled along upper right edge: "cancelled 11-20-64." Serial number 35910, replaces 30011. Index number 14132. Scale 1:600, 1 in. = 50 ft. 68 x 53 cm. (OCLC)
Author:
Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies
Date:
1950
Format:
Maps/Atlases
Genre:
Fire insurance maps
Location:
American Textile History Museum
Collection (local):
Osborne Library
Subjects:
Fire risk assessment
Insurance surveys
Factories
Paper box industry
National Pairpoint Company
Atlantic Carton Corporation of Delaware
Container Corporation of America
Places:
MassachusettsBristol (county)New Bedford
Extent:
1 sheet : map ; 53 x 68 cm
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Preferred Citation:
Courtesy of American Textile History Museum, Lowell, MA
Notes:
Company appears to have manufactured box board in rolls and sheets.
Notes (object):
Condition: Fair - overall rather worn; some pieces pasted on; all four edges reinforced with tape
Language:
English
Accession #:
0000.1506.114