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In Years Past

September 15, 2012
The Post-Journal

In 1912, The Cudahy Packing Company of Chicago, one of the largest financial corporations of the packing and provision business, after a thorough investigation of conditions throughout the grape belt, had decided to locate in Fredonia and had taken a lease and option of purchase on the three-story brick factory building owned by the Fredonia Preserving Company at the corner of East Main Street and the D.A.V. & P. railroad tracks. They ordered a complete equipment of presses, sterilizing apparatus and containers in order to get into operation in the coming fall.

 
 

 

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