During World War II, The Wilson Brothers Shirt Company was awarded several government contracts to manufacture clothing for American soldiers. Business declined in the years following the war and in 1957, the company merged with the Enro Shirt Company. The factory eventually closed its doors in 1975.
Southend Reclaimed is now in the painstaking process of reclaiming the Wilson Brothers shirt factory. We anticipate this project will generate a half a million board feet of rare Antique Heart Pine. These unique materials include 2″ x 14″ unpainted joists with circular saw marks.
Southend Reclaimed will wholesale a portion of these materials and also develop a customized line of “Luck Of The Irish” Antique Heart Pine flooring, beams and millwork.
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