Property: Cheese Maker's Manufacturing Co., Riplinger, Wis.
Contact: Dorene Newman

The Cheese Maker's Manufacturing Co. was formed in 1919 in Riplinger, Clark Co., Wisconsin. The organizers of the Company sold their stock to cheesemakers and business investors of the area. Wooden cheese boxes were then made. All the boxes were turned and nailed by hand. The only machinery that was used was a heading machine, a tongue and grooving machine, a planer, a veneer lathe, and a clipper. The photo below was taken shortly after it opened.

Riplinger--Box Factory, Depot, Box F Office, O & N Lumber Co., Riplinger Store. North of barn is Kvitek Building. Far left is Stecker Bldg. Depot came after 1922. The approximate date of the photo is thought to be 1919. .



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