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Harold Walter - Significance As An Industrialist
... Charles Arthur Root, a local industrialized who had founded the Bachman Uxbridge Worsted Company was his father-in-law ... Harold later became the President of the Bachman Uxbridge Worsted Company ... in Time Magazine in August 1953 in an article entitled "the Pride of Uxbridge" ...
List Of People From Uxbridge, Massachusetts - 20th Century
... He and Edward Bachman of New York City, developed the Bachman Uxbridge Worsted Company into an enterprise with 13 plants, in 4 states with over 6,000 workers ... The successor company, Bachmann Uxbridge (1953 sales, $52,609,000 profit, $272,000) would be by far the biggest woolen manufacturer in the country ... Alice Bridges, born in 1916, was a 20 year old Uxbridge woman who won a Bronze medal for the backstroke in the 1936 Summer Olympics ...
Bernat Mill - The Bachman Uxbridge Worsted Company
24, 1953 edition of Time Magazine, in an article entitled, "The Pride of Uxbridge" as the site of the Bachman Uxbridge Worsted Company, which was then one of the most successful textile mills in New England ... The Time Magazine article interviewed the CEO of Bachman Uxbridge Worsted Company, Harold Walter ... This company had been started by Edward Bachman of New York City, and Harold Walters's father-in-law, Charles Arthur Root, of Uxbridge ...