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H. Goodman and Sons (now Goody Products, Inc.)

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>
 

H. Jamison Plastics

<p>Address (1950): 11 West 42 St., Ny&lt; NY; plant in Freeport, Long Island, NY.</p> <p>See:</p> <p>Advertisement, <em>Modern Plastics</em> (march 1950), 39</p>
 

Halsam Products Co.

<p>Chicago, Il company manufactured American Plastic Bricks building toys.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>See:</p> <p>"Toys that Teach," <em>Modern Plastics</em> (May 1950), 74</p>
 

Hamilton Co.

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>
 

Hamivreshet Ruhama

<p>Established in 1950, located in Kibbutz Ruhama, Israel.&nbsp; The company produces full range of brushes (hair, tooth, paint, industrial, etc.), both handmade and mass produced.&nbsp; Products are sold within Israel and exported to
 

Hardy Plastics and Chemical Corp.

<p>Injection molding company based in Brooklyn, New York.&nbsp; Amongst is products was the 1950 toy sets if galloping horses puling wagons, molded of Nixon cellulose acetate and lustrex polystyrene.</p> <p>See:</p> <p>"Variety - The
 

Harmonic Reed Corp.

<p>Philadelphia company.</p>
 

Harry Davies Molding Co.

<p>Founded in downtown Chicago during the Great Depression by Harry Davies as a molder of phenolic plastic parts the company continues today Davies Molding began with only seven molding presses and three punch presses in a small one-room
 

Hastings Plastics

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>
 

Helix

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>
 

Heller Dinnerware

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>
 

Hemco Plastics Division, Bryant Electric Co.

<p>This Bridgeport, CT company made the 'Hemcoware' line of kitchenware made of urea formaldehyde and polystyrene cups, offered trhough Woolworth's and A&amp;P.&nbsp;</p> <p>Source:</p> <p>Wahlberg, Holly. <em>Everyday Elegance: 1950s
 

Henry N. Peabody

&lt;p&gt;Real Estate and insurance agent in Lawrence (Kansas?), active in the 1920s.&lt;/p&gt;
 

Hess, Goldamith, Couteneited- Dimond Fabric Co.

<p>Newark, Delaware company.</p>
 

Hoffer Plastics Corp.

<p>Hoffer Plastics Corp was founded in in 1953 by Robert A. Hoffer&nbsp; in South Elgin, IL. Starting with a single used 6-ounce plunger machine, Hoffer eventually organized his company into operating units, called molding centers, of
 

House for Men, Inc.

<p>Chicago-based cosmetics company.</p>
 

Hudson Talcum Powder Co.

<p>In 1944, the Hudson Talcum Powder Company was the first user of the polyethylene bottle blow molded by Plax Corporation.&nbsp; They used a wooden plug with a cenral hole to produce powder spray from an 8-oz Boston round bottle.</p> <p>See:</p> <p>DuBois,
 

Humane Equipment Co.

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>
 

Hungerford Plastics Corp.

<p>Information on this company is not currently available.</p>
 

Hutzler Manufacturing Co.

<p>Hutzler Manufacturing Company Inc. can trace its origins to 1902, when Ludwig Hutzler started the production of metal housewares in Germany. &nbsp;His son, Lothar Hutzler, founder of Hutzler Manufacturing, immigrated to the United