Mack Brick Plaque, 1830

On June 11, 1963, the Windsor Chamber of Commerce donated the first brick to symbolically start the campaign for a new Windsor Town Hall. The brick was one of the early bricks manufactured by the Mack Brick Company in Windsor. Windsor’s sandy, clay-filled soil produces quality bricks. In the eighteenth century, builders used local bricks for chimneys and a few house façades. The Wilson and Mack families founded small brick-making industries in the nineteenth century to serve a regional clientele. They loaded bricks onto river barges, took them by cart-load to Hartford, or shipped them via train to waiting buyers. The early 1900s was the peak for both brick companies. The Wilson Brick Company was producing six million bricks per year in 1906. By the late 1930s they mechanized production to compete with larger factories, but could not keep up with cheaper bricks flooding the market. Both companies closed local production in the mid-twentieth century. Mack Brick provided the bricks used in the current Town Hall building and still operates in Enfield, CT. Copyright 2015 Windsor Historical Society.
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