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From the blog Vicarious Rocky:
“It was in clay that Akron found its first important export product.” So says H. Karl Butler in the Clay Products chapter of A Centennial History of Akron 1825-1925. SageRock’s new home at 15 Broad Street was built to accommodate this booming industry in a booming town.
In the mid 1800s, Middlebury, Ohio, eventually annexed to Akron, was the center of the clay products industry thanks to clay beds and two companies — Hill, Merrill and Co., and Whitmore, Robinson
15 Broad St., Akron, OH 44305
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
Mar 9, 2017