Their first address was located at 3825 W. Lake Street, but their success in the market place allowed them to expand and built a large plant off of Bloomingdale Avenue. Benjamin Franklin Olson designed the plant, which was a relatively unique piece of architecture.
A 1955 Tribune article indicates that the company operated five plants in the Chicago area at that time. The Webster Company appears to have dissolved sometime in the 1960s, though the company’s later history is somewhat unclear.
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