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His father, Jesse, never stopped exploiting Ulysses, whether making him work in a tannery as a boy (a stomach-turning job for him) or using the Grant presidency as a marketing gimmick for his business.
Wolverine Worldwide dumped sludge from its tannery containing PFAS chemicals at an old landfill on House Street in the 1960s.
Effluent from paint manufacturers, tanneries, chemical plants and more used to flow into the canal with such profligacy that by the early 20th century the Gowanus was said to be jammed solid.
According to his family in Bangladesh, Mr. Ullah was born and raised in Dhaka, where his father ran a grocery store in the neighborhood of Hazaribagh, which is home to several tanneries.
The pebbled leather comes from a tannery just outside of Düsseldorf; the chain straps are hand-soldered in the Black Forest; and the packaging is made in Berlin.
The newest riff on the Clarks Wallabee is made with leather from Horween, the famous Chicago tannery.
The 2010 addition of the Gowanus to the federal Superfund list of the nation’s worst hazardous waste sites followed more than a century of insult and injury at the hands of gas plants, chemical makers and tanneries.
We were headed north toward Station North, Remington, Hampden, and Woodberry, a jumble of low-slung neighborhoods on the eastern banks of Jones Falls, the stream that once fed the city’s mills, tanneries, and coal yards.
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