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The North Jersey Paint Co. was organized in April 1908. It was a New Jersey corporation concerned primarily with the manufacture and sale of waterproof paint for use with cement. Walter S. Mallory served as the company's president; William H. Mason, superintendent of the Edison Portland Cement Co. and later the inventor of Masonite, was secretary-treasurer. Edison held the majority of issued stock. The company was based in Stewartsville, New Jersey, the site of the Edison Portland Cement Co. plant, and had a sales office in New York City. The records cover the years 1908-1918. They consist of two ledgers, a daybook, and a cash book.
The selected records are arranged in the following order: (1) Ledger (1908-1910); (2) Ledger (1911-1918); and (3) Daybook (1908- 1918). One cash book covering the period 1908-1918 has not been selected.