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Cooksville Brick and Tile Company
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Title: Cooksville Brick and Tile Company
Identifier: MC0287
Date Built: 1912
Image Type: B&W Photo, 11.5x14 cm.
Subject: Brickworks - Ontario - Cooksville (Mississauga)
Location: 3065 Mavis Road, Lot 20, Conc 1 NDS

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Description: This is a photograph of promotional artwork created by G. C. Pearce for the Cooksville Brick and Tile Company. The Cooksville Brick and Tile Company went through several name changes. It was built in 1912 as National Brick Company, and then became Cooksville Shale and Brick Company in 1922. In 1924 it became the Cooksville Brick Company, then Cooksville Brick and Tile, and then Cooksville La Prairie Brick Company. In 1953 it was acquired by Domtar (Clay Division). The operation included its own rail system and trains to transport materials for making the bricks. This photo is of the interior of the factory and shows workers transporting bricks. At one time the Cooksville Brick Company was the largest manufacturer of bricks in Canada. It closed down in 1970. The original photograph is in the William Perkins Bull Collection at the Region of Peel Archives.
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