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"History of Eau Claire County Wisconsin, 1914, Past and Present"

Chapter  34 - Eau Claire Industries

The Northwestern Steel & Iron Works

(-as transcribed from page 482)

The Northwestern Steel & Iron Works was incorporated under the laws of Wisconsin in 1905 with a capital of $200,000.  The officers are Kim Rosholt, president; T. W. Rosholt, vice-president, and E. R. Hamilton, secretary and treasurer.  They manufacture concrete machinery, gas engines and can machinery, and employ upwards of two hundred hands, and their products are shipped all over the United States and Canada.  The plant, which occupies floor space of 125,000 square feet, is equipped with modern machinery and electric power, and during the year 1913 they did a business of $300,000.

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