1916

The factory reopened and expanded in response to the end of World War I and an upturn in the economy. It turned out more than 12,000 pairs of rubber footwear a day.

1932

With the advent of The Great Depression, local manufacturing moved to U.S. Rubber’s plant in Naugutuck, Connecticut

1934

Weldon Pajama Company began leasing a small amount of space in the complex.

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