Source: Wabash Plain Dealer, April 11, 1895
North Manchester's New Factory.
W.J. Woolley was at North Manchester yesterday and called on the Hewitt Bros. to see what they were doing. The Hewitts are the men who wanted a location in Irondale. Mr. Woolley says the Hewitts have a good factory. As he saw it a machine shop is 60x150 feet, two stories high and a basement. The paint shop and erecting room is 60x100 feet, one story. A warehouse is 68x100. Mr. Woolley says about sixty men find employment at the agricultural implement works. The company's plan of doing business is winning thus far. They expect to establish a warehouse in this city [Anderson, IN] before summer opens. --Anderson Bulletin.