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Title
Gardner Pipe Works workers making a concrete pipe , Orange, California, ca. 1902
Publication Information
Orange Public Library
Contributing Institution
Orange Public Library and History Center
Collection
Orange Public Library Local History Collection
Rights Information
For information on copyrights and permissions, please contact Orange Public Library, Orange, California.
Description
Gardner Pipe Works workers making a concrete pipe , Orange, California, ca. 1902. Photograph is number xxx in a series of photographs showing the manufacture of cement pipe at the Gardner Pipe Works, demonstrating a pipe molding process utilizing a mold patented by H.H. Gardener. Note attached with photos reads, "WORKER REMOVING JACKET FROM PIPE." On the right side is a wheel barrow filled with concrete. The H.H. Gardner Company was formed in 1900 by Henry Howard Gardner, and manufactured cement pipes, bricks, ditches and provided the cement foundation for the Orange Public Library (1905), a Carnegie Library. The company was located on West La Veta Avenue in Orange, California. Henry Howard Gardner was born March 6, 1875 at the family's home on South Glassell Street.
Photographic print
B&w
12 x 13 cm.
Type
image
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt5199q33t
P974
10512058
Language
English
Subject
Concrete products industry
Pipe industry
H. H. Gardner Company--Orange (Calif.)

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