Burlingame and Bradford
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Burlingame was established because of the need for carpentry in the colonies.
It started in a brick building in 1812.
Eventually they moved to Captain Colgrove’s Grist Mill
Bradford was a Textile Mill that created cloth and clothing for the colonies.
Bradford kept track of all the changes in fashions as well as trends and demands.
They always looked out for the best for their employees.
There was always many jobs for young designers and technicians.
Bradford’s motto was “Good taste and honorable conduct are esteemed.”
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