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Publication: Industrial Canada
Issue: Centennial Issue / May 1967
Title: Business and History - National Sewer Pipe Limited
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National Sewer Pipe Limited is a family business which has descended through four generations of brick and pipe makers from the founder, Daniel New, an Englishman from the Isle of Wight who went into the brick business in Hamilton in the 1840's. His son, Henry, was manufacturing brick in Hamilton in 1867. In 1898 Henry and a brother, Jacob, switched to the pipe business, forming the Hamilton and Toronto Sewer Pipe Company. Their plant in the east end of the city is still part of the company holdings.