This Day in Norwood History-November 10, 1924-Charles Sumner Bird To Put Up $600,000 Factory

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Glad Coolidge Elected, Favors Allen for

Nov 10—Charleá Sumner Bird states that he expected to have work started at an early age on an to his huge plant here. The new building is to cost $600,000. The erection of the building means a substantial increase in the production of the Norwood branch of the Bird industries. Mr. Bird took the opportunity to congratulate Hon of this town on his to the Dieu- tenant Governorship and gave out the following statement:

“I am glad to say that we have plans drawn for a $600,000 addition to our Norwood plant. Now that Coolidge is elected we shall execute the plans as quickly as possible, with great faith In the stability of our business. Also, I congratulate the people of Norwood on the election of Frank G. Allen, who will before long be the Governor of Massachusetts. He is a credit to his .town and to his State.”

The Bird Industrien in this section turns out several products, perhaps the best known of which are roofing preparations. The Norwood branch or the Bird business is largely devoted to their floor covering plant and the new building, which is soon to be built, is to be a further addition to the works of the floor covering shops.

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