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September 24, 2018

A View of History: Nestle, 1951


This week, local archivist Tom Tryniski revisits a piece of the glory days of Fulton, the days when it was a city full of factories.

None was bigger or better known than Nestle, and with the effort to revive the closed chocolate plant stuck in court, Tom shows us an average day when the plant was full of people.  Notice the full parking lot.

The Nestle factory as seen from the air in 1951.  Click the photo for a full-sized view.

The Nestle factory as seen from the air in 1951. Click the photo for a full-sized view.

As always, visit Tom’s website, FultonHistory.com, to get your fill of local history as seen in the pages of the area’s old newspapers.

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