Frank and Jane Clement Brick Museum - Table of Contents

Frank and Jane Clement Brick Museum
6291 Mile Strip Road, Orchard Park, NY

Visitors:  Free viewing by appointment only
716-662-5817
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Miscellany
  
Animals
Brick carrier
Brick molds
Cemetery monument
Coca Cola
Columbian Expostion, 1893
Dated bricks
Diving Brick
Don't Spit
Fireplace air intake
Foot prints
Frank & Jane Clement Brick Museum
Greek god
Hearts
Hod carriers
Insulators
Iron Clad Portland Cement
Kiln photo
Lincoln collection
Lion head statue
Mason statue
National Roofing Tile Co.
Pan-American Exposition souvenir 
Railroad bricks
Salesman samples
Shamrocks
Stars
Thermometers
Train
Turpentine sap pot
Will Rogers
Miscellany
Most bricks have been shellacked and color-highighted


Animal collection




Brick carrier



Brick molds




Cemetery monument
Made in Ulrichville, Ohio
Scrap terra cotta pipes and mud base









Columbian Exposition (Chicago World Fair) of 1893 collection.
3 different brick companies


Dated bricks




Diving brick




Don't Spit  brick    ...    1909, in response to the tuberculosis epidemic in Kansas




Fireplace air intake: wolf head
Made in Ohio
Found on left front fireplace




Foot prints, both canine and human




Frank & Jane Clement Brick Museum



Frank & Jane Clement Brick Museum


Greek god
Made in Bradford, Pa.
2/12" wide




Hearts




Hod Carrier
"A brick hod is a three-sided box for carrying bricks or other construction materials, often mortar. It bears a long handle and is carried over the shoulder. A hod is usually long enough to accept 4 bricks on their side, however, by arranging the bricks in a chevron fashion, the number of bricks that may be carried is only limited to the weight the labourer can bear and the unwieldiness of that load. Typically 10-12 bricks might be carried." - Wikipedia (online June 2014)




Hod Carrier



Hod Carrier



Hod Carrier



Insulators




Advertising sign




Kiln photo




Bookends
Hudson River Co,: Dunn Brick Works
Perhaps a customer souvenir





Lion head
Molded concrete


Bronze statue of a c. 1890 mason



Pan-American Exposition
souvenir (1901)
About 3" wide




Railroad bricks


Railroad brick:  4-11-16 (April 11, 1916) locking brick for locomotive firebox



Salesman's box of samples


Salesman's box of samples


Salesman's box of samples



Salesman's samples




Shamrocks




Star-shaped tie rod anchor ornamentation
Tie rod anchor definition
Found in Tonawanda at demolished Fedders Air Conditioning plant



Star collection




Thermometer







Train
Novelty made in Salisbury, NC, for the Clement Brick Museum




Train




Train



Turpentine sap pot    ...    From Long Leaf pine forest, Louisiana    ...    Harvesting sap gets boiled




Will Rogers novelties


Will Rogers novelties



Miscellany




Miscellany



Photos and their arrangement 2021 Chuck LaChiusa
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