28 p. illus. 23 cm
Newcomen address, 1962
The Newcomen Society of the United States was a non-profit educational foundation for "the study and recognition of achievement in American business and the society it serves." It was responsible for more than 1,600 individual histories of organizations, from corporations to colleges, which were distributed to libraries and its membership.
The New Haven Traprock Company was incorporated in 1914 and operated a quarry in North Branford, Connecticut. Railroad. Trap rock from the quarry was used for various construction projects including road paving, building foundations, and railroad ballast. The quarry was the primary customer of the Branford Steam Railroad. The histories of both companies were closely tied with one another.The company currently operates as a subsidiary of CRH of Dublin, Ireland - a publicly traded company on the New York Stock Exchange.
Reigeluth, Ray J. (Ray John). “The New Haven Trap Rock Company: a story that began 200 million years ago.” Rare Books. WCSU Archives, 9 July 2019. Accessed on the Web: 13 Dec. 2019.
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