Last U.S. maker of wooden clothes pins was here - Penley Mill
Buildings Factories, Mills Fires, Fire Companies Industry Repurposed Properties
Last U.S. maker of wooden clothes pins was here - Penley Mill

Wooden clothes pins were manufactured here from 1923 to 2002, and it was the last maker in the U.S. and the largest employer in West Paris when it closed in 2002. It was being renovated to be a warehouse for the adjacent AAH Fireworks (52 Penley Ave.) when it burned down on 1/29/13.

Publication date Jun 24, 2018
Property ID: 638
Updated on: Sep 11, 2019

Wooden clothes pins were manufactured here from 1923 to 2002, and it was the last maker in the U.S. and the largest employer in West Paris when it closed in 2002. It was being renovated to be a warehouse for the adjacent AAH Fireworks (52 Penley Ave.) when it burned down on 1/29/13.

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Location:
AAH Fireworks Warehouse , 10 Penley Ave. , - Route 219 (Penley) and Greenwood St., West Paris, Maine, 04289, United States
Listing Category:
Buildings Factories, Mills Fires, Fire Companies Industry Repurposed Properties
Virtual / Real:
Virtual
Created Date:
06-24-2018
Created by
plaquemaster
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