Re: 1940-1941-1942 PACKARD AC COMPRESSOR C.I.D.

Posted by Tom Putnam On 2018/12/14 0:05:16

I will investigate.

The following post about B&B is from Cleveland: The Making of a City by William Ganson Rose and Kent State University Press, 1950 p.423.

Turns out my employer's employee parking lot is directly across the street from one of the former B&B buildings. Who knew? Leece-Neville was also located on Hamilton Ave. but to the east of us. Cleveland Twist Drill was located close by on E49th Street.

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