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Trenton Made

The slogan, "Trenton Makes, The World Takes", that adorns the bridge across the Delaware River hearkens back to the days when our city was an industrial powerhouse. For much of the 19th century and through the middle years of the 20th century, a variety of goods were produced in Trenton factories and shipped around the globe.

Trenton Transit - Terminal Cab Company Records, 1937-1945

John A. Roebling and Sons, Department #50 Personnel Records

Blue Center Index (Roebling Employee Magazine) Nov. 1925 - April 1928

Roebling Employees Long Service Photo Index

Roebling On-line Archives Website

Trenton Pottery Marks

Potteries of Trenton Society Website

Trenton Stoneware Pottery

Trenton Textiles and the Eagle Factory

1901 Directory of Trenton Industries

1931 Directory of Trenton Industries

Trenton Catalogs:

1931 Wm. R. Thropp & Sons Rubber Mill Machinery
  Tepeco All-Clay Plumbing Fixtures
  1958 Winner Fiberglass Boats


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