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The Belden Brick Company

The Belden Brick Company

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From the Belden website:

The Belden Brick Company traces its roots to the Diebold Fire Brick Company organized in Canton, Ohio in 1885 by Henry S. Belden and four associates. The Belden Brick Company owns and operates six plants in Tuscarawas County, employ approximately 500 people and have an annual production capacity of nearly 250 million standard brick equivalent (sbe).
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Cherokee Brick & Tile Company

Cherokee Brick & Tile Company

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From the Cherokee website:

In 1877, Charles C. Stratton moved from Albany, New York, to Macon, Georgia, and established C. C. Stratton & Company. It was located at the junction of the Macon and Brunswick and Georgia Southern and Florida railroads. By 1890, C.C. Stratton & Company was the largest brick-making concern in the State of Georgia.
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Elgin Butler Company

Elgin Butler Company

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From the Elgin Butler website:

Elgin Butler Company has been manufacturing and distributing quality architectural products since 1873, including Structural Glazed Brick and Tile (Glazed Block), Architectural Trim Units, Ceramic Base Wall Units, Decorative Tile, Stone, and much more. Our products provide the best of both worlds – beautiful building materials that are durable, making them a cost-effective solution for many designers and masons. Continue Reading

General Shale, Inc.

General Shale, Inc.

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From the General Shale website:

General Shale has been helping build the American Dream since 1928. Like never before, our company is focused on delivering the fashion and design that only natural products can bring to residential or commercial new construction and remodeling projects. Continue Reading

Glen-Gery Corporation

Glen-Gery Corporation

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From the Glen-Gery website:

Founded in 1890, Glen-Gery Corporation is the largest molded brick and fifth largest brick manufacturer in the U.S. We hold the distinction of an honored and trusted name in brickmaking throughout the building industry. Continue Reading

Lee Brick & Tile Co.

Lee Brick & Tile Co.

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From the Lee Brick website:

Lee Brick and Tile began its operations in 1951 after Hugh Perry and 10 local businessmen from Lee County decided three years prior to invest in the business of brickmaking. In the late 1950’s Hugh Perry bought out the investing partners, making Lee Brick a solely owned and operated family company. Continue Reading

Nash Brick Company

Nash Brick Company

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From the Nash website:

Our company’s roots can be traced to 1902 when W.E. Jeffrey’s sold one-half interest in 59 acres of land to R.H. Rick’s, and they formed the Jeffreys-Ricks Clay Works. The original location was within the city limits of Rocky Mount. Continue Reading

Palmetto Brick Company

Palmetto Brick Company

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From the Palmetto website:

In 1919, J.L. Anderson – using traditional beehive kilns and an adjacent railway line in the Great Pee Dee River valley – founded a brick company in upper South Carolina with a focus on making a quality product at a fair price. He not only set the tone for operations at Palmetto Brick, but also for four generations of the Anderson family, who have directed the company as master craftsmen ever since.

The one constant in the company’s long history has been the continuation of Mr. Anderson’s vision: his emphasis on value and his unwavering commitment to creating quality bricks of strength and elegance.

Today, Palmetto Brick is the largest family-owned brick maker in South Carolina, producing more than 150 million brick per year, and remains one of only a handful of American-owned and operated brick manufacturers in the U.S.

Statesville Brick Company

Statesville Brick Company

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From the Statesville website:

The company was established in Statesville, North Carolina in 1904. Being American owned and operated, we are still one of only a few family owned brick manufacturers. We produce approximately 75 million fine quality face brick per year. Continue Reading

Taylor Clay Products, Inc.

Taylor Clay Products, Inc.

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From the Taylor website:

To get a real feeling for the history, imagine Charles Jr’s great great grandfather, who came to the Ohio River Valley from England.

The year was 1832. He discovered a good supply of flint clays in Kentucky, across the Ohio River from Cincinnati, and realized that this clay would make superb brick products. By 1862, he had founded a company and had begun producing brick under the name Charles Taylor and Sons Refractories. (National Lead bought the company in 1944, but the Taylor name still remains on some of its plants.)

Charles Taylor named his top grade line of brick “tiger” for its handsomeness and strength. Just as surely as our quality hasn’t changed, our theme remains the same – and you will see that tiger on everything from our business cards to our advertising.