Enamel & Heating Products Ltd. Enamel Shop floor plan / D.R.R.
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- Architectural drawing
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CA MtA 23
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- Enamel & Heating Products
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Enamel & Heating Products Ltd., Plant No.1, was originally the Charles Fawcett Manufacturing Company, Ltd., which was established in Sackville, New Brunswick, in 1852. It manufactured a wide variety of stoves, furnaces, and hot water heaters. Enamel & Heating (more often known in the organization as "Enheat") also had plants in Amherst, Nova Scotia; Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island; and Victoria, British Columbia.
Andrew Ferguson, a Mount Allison University student, visited the Enamel & Heating Plant in Amherst while doing research for his thesis. It was there that the floor plan was given to him, which he later deposited in the archives, June 1986.
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Item is a blueprint of a floor plan for the Enamel Shop of the Enamel & Heating Products Ltd., Sackville, New Brunswick, dated August 1950.
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Donated by Andrew Ferguson, 1986
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Information and photographs for the Enamel & Heating Products Ltd. may be found in accessions 7938, 7948, 8233, 8644, 8668, 8805/6/3/15, and 9213
Floor plan is a 14.5 cm x 24.7 cm blueprint, with a scale of 1 : 96 000