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December 16, 2014 at 09:25am
Railroad Lines and Meat Processing Plants Were a Key to the Company’s Early Growth
By 1931, the Minnesota Chemical Company had outgrown their building in St. Paul’s Midway area at 2207 Wycliff Avenue. The company, founded in 1915 by Irish immigrant R.P. Baker, had originally leased space on Wycliff Avenue in an area known as the “Minnesota Transfer.” The area had become a key economic center of the Twin Cities because of its proximity to the Minnesota Transfer Railroad’s transportation hub. The railroad had been founded by St. Paul’s nationally prominent railroad baron, James J. Hill.
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