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Union Carbide Co.

Union Carbide &amp;amp; Carbon Corporation was incorporated on November 1, 1917 and acquired the stock of Linde Air Products Co.; National Carbon Co., Inc.; Prest-O-Lite Co., Inc.; and Union Carbide Company (formed in 1898). In 1919, George Curme filed th


Union Cutlery Co.

The Tidioute Cutlery Company was founded in Tidoute, Pennsylvania in 1897. In 1902 Wallace R. Brown purchased Tidioute, and incorporated it as the Union Razor Company (later changed to Union Cutlery Company in 1909), for the purpose of manufacturing and s


Union Products Inc.

Union Products, Inc., was founded in 1946 in Leominster, Massachusetts by James Sullivan, George Progin and two other partners. The company was a manufacturer of plastic blow and injection-molded products until it closed in 2006. Union Products is best kn


United Comb and Novelty

<p>United Comb &amp; Novelty Company was founded by Eugene L. Tourigny in Leominster, Massachusetts in 1919.</p> <p>For more on combs see: K. Lauer &amp; J. Robinson, <em>Celluloid</em>, 1999, 66-83.</p>


United States Plastics Craft Corp.

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United States Rubber Co.

<p>Chicago company manufactured U.S. Royalite.</p> <p>See:</p> <p>Advertisement, <em>Modern Plastics</em> (April 1950), 52-53</p>


Universal Veilcote Co.

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Unlimited Plastics Co.

New York, NY company.



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