Thomas Dixon & Edward Dixon.
"The premises of the firm are located in the centre of the commercial activity of the city, and comprise a five story structure covering an area of 40x150 feet. The Salesrooms are neatly fitted up and the premises are equipped with every appliance and convenience for facilitating the operation of the business. Our trade is extensive and our business relations extend to all parts of the New England States". (1887)
The company used the brand names:
"Anderson Rye", "Club House", "Darling", "Double Bouquet Rye", "E. C. Berry", "Fieldfare", "Finch's Golden Wedding", "Gold Dust", "Golden Fleece", "Goldfinch", "Guckenheimer", "Mt. Vernon Rye", "Nelson Rye", "Old Cabinet", "Old Crow", "Old E. W. D.", "Overholt Rye", "Poppy", "Royal Eagle Rye", and "Sunny Side."
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41-42 Commercial Wharf (1887), 84 Atlantic Ave., 24-25 Commercial
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