January 9, 2007:
Google reports 983,000 English links for
"Watt and Shand", as well as 23 images
LANCASTER, Pa. Watt & Shand, King Street.
"The first to employ a cash carrier tube system (1915)."
Lancaster online website. The shop closed in 1995.
WATT & SHAND BUILDING
Photo credit: Jack Larson
Source: W & S
Google Search on January 9, 2007:
Number of links to:
Armstrong Liberty Street : about 1,150,000 English pages;
Armstrong Liberty Street Floor Plant: 430,000 English pages,
but zero images!
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Armstrong Corporate History
Armstrong Third Quarter 2006 Report
Armstrong Recycles Ceiling Tiles
Armstrong Cork Factory
Armstrong Home Page
Armstrong Building Products (ABP) is a worldwide leader in manufacturing
and marketing acoustical ceilings and suspension systems for commercial
and residential applications. The business mix is nearly 90-percent
commercial, with approximately two-thirds in improvement projects and the
balance in new construction, which includes offices, healthcare,
education, retail, transportation and other segments. The residential
market, more than 10-percent, is primarily in home improvement and
remodeling projects. ABP is the most geographically diverse business at
Armstrong, supported by regional manufacturing and local sales
organizations around the world.