F. M. Howell and Company

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F. M. Howell and Company
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F. M. Howell and Company, Buildings 2 & 3
F. M. Howell and Company is located in New York
F. M. Howell and Company
F. M. Howell and Company is located in the United States
F. M. Howell and Company
Location79-105 Pennsylvania Ave., 50 Pennsylvania Ave., Elmira, New York
Coordinates42°5′11″N 76°48′4″W / 42.08639°N 76.80111°W / 42.08639; -76.80111Coordinates: 42°5′11″N 76°48′4″W / 42.08639°N 76.80111°W / 42.08639; -76.80111
Built1896
ArchitectPierce & Bickford; Cansidine, Joseph
Architectural styleRenaissance, Italian Renaissance
NRHP reference #84002069 [1]
Added to NRHPAugust 27, 1984

F.M. Howell and Company is a late nineteenth century manufacturing complex located on the banks of the Chemung River in Elmira, New York. F.M. Howell & Company was founded in 1883 in Elmira, New York by Fred M. Howell and John Aldrich. In its early years the company started out by producing wood and strawboard cigar and shoe boxes for other manufacturing companies. As this continued, they also added rigid paperboard boxes, and printing of box wraps and labels. Subsequently, this all led into the carton manufacturing, and plastic thermoforming for packaging. Later, on Howell got help from his cousin to help expand the companies horizons.

Of the five contributing buildings, four are located on the east side of Pennsylvania Avenue (Buildings 1, 2, 3 & 5), while only the Brand Building is located on the west side of the street.[2] It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.[1] F.M. Howell and & Company was the oldest independent manufacturer for the 19th century.

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  1. ^ a b National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  2. ^ Jan Johnstone (June 1984). "National Register of Historic Places Inventory/Nomination: F.M. Howell & Co". Retrieved 2009-04-25. and Accompanying 12 photos, from 1983

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