Item 23045 - Saco-Pettee Boiler House Construction, Biddeford, 1911

Item 23045 - Saco-Pettee Boiler House Construction, Biddeford, 1911
Contributed by Dyer Library Archives / Saco Museum
Item 23045
Saco-Pettee Boiler House Construction, Biddeford, 1911
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This photograph was taken in Biddeford on Factory Island during the construction of the Boiler House for Saco-Pettee. Saco-Pettee was a producer of high quality textile machinery beginning in the 1880s. In 1912 Saco-Pettee merged with the Lowell Machine Shop creating the Saco-Lowell Shops. The Saco-Lowell Shops became the largest textile machinery company in the country. Saco-Lowell is still in operation today in South Carolina.

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