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THIS BROOKLYN FACTORY PRODUCES THE LARGEST LINE OF QUARTERED OAK AND MAHOGANY CASKETS OF ANY ONE FACTORY IN THE WORLD. mmwmm This immense business was started in a very small way about 20 years ago. It consisted of Joseph F. Morgan, Morgan, the founder and owner, and six workmen. To-day To-day To-day it has the honor of giving to Brooklyn (the place where it grew) an enviable enviable distinction. What is probably responsible responsible for this rapid growth is the fact that Mr. Morgan strongly adhered to two policies. "The first always; the best only," and "Not how cheap, but how good." His business generalship and extraordinary capabilities capabilities permitted him to do this. MO ;. ' "P' ' " Yl W$ forJL Put WMsr feifrrl JJ WHO Ct S AL E O NLY nw.c tpp rirr ir pf fPjFEri F "F P rir u & BifclL iLksXlk . iM iiLwjwwri No ss 15 car" f liJ5l EmoVEEstNTRANcr- EmoVEEstNTRANcr- - " ."office . ""sH Qw ToTRS'88 O r mm iHiH 11 fei JpSr 1 m rkrfefeB ti JlE . f ,ik JtrN'n IrJ I. :H Ja . n.ilA.l 14r" 'rfWr.': lira RGAN CASKET COMPANY JOSEPH F. MORGAN, Proprietor, AVENUE, BROOKLYN, N. y.5; U. S. A. 572-584 572-584 572-584 PARK

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle20 May 1911, SatPage 34

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)20 May 1911, SatPage 34
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