8 December 1988
| 335 Atwater St., Southington, Connecticut|
Industrial vernacular; Other
Historic Industrial Complexes of Southington TR
Atwater Manufacturing Company Wikipedia
The Atwater Manufacturing Company is a historic industrial property at 335 Atwater Street in Southington, Connecticut. Also known as Rex Forge Division, J.J. Ryan Company, the ten extant buildings of the complex date as far back as 1912. The site is significant as the location of the Atwater Company, a major local employer and manufacturer of carriage hardware and later automobile parts. The location is also the site of the town's first grist mill, established in 1767.
The property was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.