History and Location of T. L. Day Sawmill
Other Names: J. W. Jump and Co.
Years: 1875 – 1888
Structure Exists? No
Historic Site Location Precision: 50 meters
The following text is extracted from John F. McGrain, The Molinography of Maryland, Expanded, 2007 Edition for Posting Online at the Maryland State Archives.
The 1875 Isler county map showed the steam sawmill of J. W. Jump and Co. on the southeast edge of Ridgely in 1875. The steam sawmill of T. L. Day was listed at Ridgely in the 1887 State business directory. In 1888, the firm of T. L. Day Sawing Company was established to make 700,000 canned goods crates and berry boxes per annum (The Founding of Ridgely, p. 77f).
T. L. Day Sawmill in the Historic Landscape
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