Edmunds & Jones Corporation

The Edmunds & Jones Corporation was a manufacturer of lamps for automobiles, tractors, and boats, most famously for the Ford Model T. A one-story addition to the plant was made in 1918 to keep up pace with orders from the US Army during the First World War.

At some point after the 1920's, the factory complex was bought by the Lawton-Buchanan Land Corporation who used it for warehousing. The last known tenant of the east half of the factory was Philip Dubrinsky Enterprises, a trucking company that was also in the scrap metal business. The east half of the site is currently vacant.