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|for additional information on Lavine Soap see pages 29, 56, 57, 146|
|for additional information on Soapine, see pages 56, 57, 146|
The first six months of this series appear on page 146
Here's an additional Soapine card recently added to the Arnold Collection. Note that goats, not the usual horses, pull the cart!
|The back of this card was the same as the card above.|
From the Archive Gallery on the city of Providence web page comes this depiction of the Kendall plant at Friendship and Page Streets.
|The Remington building now occupies this corner location in Providence.|
Via Google Books digitized version of the Providence Plantations, we have both a portrait and a brief biographical sketch of the life of Henry L. Kendall, founder of the company bearing his name:
|Title||The Providence plantations for two hundred and fifty years: an historical review of the foundation, rise, and progress of the city of Prividence ... Also, sketches of the cities of New Port and Pawtucket, and other towns of the state, for which Providence is the commercial centre, together with ...|
|Author||Welcome Arnold Greene|
|Publisher||J. A. & R. A. Reid, 1886|
|Original from||Pennsylvania State University|
|Digitized||Sep 20, 2010|
|Length||468 pages, this excerpt is from p.278|
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