John F. McKenna: Lumber, ca. 1920

John F. McKenna was a wholesaler and retailer of lumber for shipyards, industry, and heavy construction. His office was at 74 Beard Street and his depot in the Erie Basin. 

Lumber was a major Red Hook business, ships filled with it, and large rafts made from it, were sailed in to supply the maritime and building trades.

Date:

1921

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Sources:

  • Brooklyn Chamber o Commerce Bulletin, Vol 3, October 15, 1921.
    https://books.google.com/books?id=rycwAQAAMAAJ&source=gbs_navlinks_s (accessed 2016)

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