Dyeing and Finishing

In 1905, the Martin Dyeing and Finishing Company was created by William L. and his son Thomas F. in Bridgeton by purchasing the assets of the defunct and fire damaged East Lake Woolen Mills, using East Lake for processing water, and the Philadelphia facility was closed. Oxidized Black was the best black available at that time, but was technically very difficult to produce. William was confident with his abilities, and fully understood the technical challenges of oxidized blacks, so he decided to specialize in Oxidized Aniline Fast Black. A new facility was built and was... (more)


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