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Pawtucket Times December 16, 1910


Brian-Marsh was a division of the General Electric Company, opened a light bulb factory in Central Falls. They purchased the Farwell Mill in 1906 for $75,000.


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Pawtucklet Times November 13, 1906



Pawtucket Times
November 13, 1906



Pawtucket Times
November 15, 1906


It was reported on January 1st of 1907 that the plant would be ready to manufactuer light bulbs in February.


Pawtucket Times
January 1, 1907


The company will need to employee 500 girls but fears they will not be able to fill that quota from the Central Falls area.


Pawtucket Times
January 19, 1907



Pawtucket Times
February 16, 1907




Work at the plant began February, 21st 1907.


Pawtucket Times
February 21, 1907


On July 20, 1907 it was reported that the Thurber Horton mill which was purchaeed by the Bryan Marsh company at the same time they puirchased the Farwell Mill was gone. It was most likely raised.


Pawtucket Times
July 20, 1907


Plant production slowed in 1908.


Pawtucket Times
April 10, 1908


In what must have been a very inovative move at the time, the company added a Dispensary, Lunch Room and Ammusment Hall to the factory in 1913.


Pawtucket Times November 17, 1913



Pawtucket Times
November 29, 1915


In 1935 it is reported that the plant had been sold and had been idle since 1924.


Pawtucket Times
September 11, 1935



Pawtucket Times
September 18, 1935



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Bryan-Marsh 300w 32v Mazada Lamp



Pawtucket Times
Popular Electricity
November 1910

Pawtucket Times
Popular Electricity
April 1912