VICTOR ALUMINUM MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Wellsville, New York
A new aluminum plant has been started at Wellsville, N. Y., and will operate under the name of the Victor Aluminum Manufacturing Company, and will engage in the manufacture of all sorts of aluminum articles. Those interested in the new company are J. Lester Rockwell, Fay Rockwell and Wm. Earle Browning, formerly sales manager of the National Aluminum Company of Elmira, X. Y. The Victor Company has leased a factory and has purchased the presses and machinery of the Buck Silver Company, Salamanca, N. Y., former manufacturers of silver plated ware. A plating and polishing department and casting shop will be among the different departments operated by this concern.
Source: The Metal Industry - March 1915
The plant of the Victor Aluminum Mfg. Co., Wellsville, N. Y., was destroyed by fire April 18.
Source: The Brass World and Platers Guide - May 1917
The Victor Aluminum Manufacturing Company, Wellsville, N. Y., manufacturing novelties and utensils from aluminum, whose plant was recently destroyed by fire, will rebuild at once and, it is reported, increase the size of its plant 50 per cent.
Source: The Waste Trade Journal - 22nd May 1917
Plans are being prepared for the erection of a plant addition, 32 x 100 feet, for the Victor Aluminum Mfg. Co., Wellsville, N. Y., of which J. L. Rockwell. Homell, N. Y., is president.
Source: The Foundry - 1st July 1919
The Victor Aluminum Mfg. Co., Wellsville, N. Y., has completed plans for a one-story addition, 32 x 100 ft., to cost $15,000. W. E. Browning is general manager.
Source: The Iron Age - 10th July 1919
lsaac Reese, general sales manager of the Victor Aluminum Manufacturing Company, Wellsville, N. Y., has been spending a few days in the city calling on some of his customers.
Source: The Pottery & Glass Salesman - 6th May 1920
The Victor Aluminum Company, Wellsville, N. Y., recently increased its capital stock from $150,000 to $300,000. This concern operates a rolling mill, tool room, grinding room, and spinning, stamping, tinning, soldering and polishing departments.
Source: The Metal Industry - April 1921
Fayette L. Rockwell is Vice-President and Treasurer of the Victor Aluminum Manufacturing Company at Wellsville, N. Y. Rockwell was in town to see the Cornell-Dartmouth football game.
Source: The Cornell Civil Engineer - December 1921
Fay L. Rockwell is vice-president, treasurer, and general manager of the Victor Aluminum Manufacturing Company, Wellsville, N. Y. He lives at 392 North Main Street.
Source: The Cornell Alumni News - 1922