Samuel Bingham embarked in the roller-making business in 1848. His first place of business was on William Street in New York, from which he moved in 1850 to No. 5 Spruce Street, under the shadow of the old Tribune building. In 1857 he removed to 27 Beekman Street, occupied by Conner’s type-foundry, which was totally destroyed by fire in 1862. Undaunted, he began again at 13 Spruce Street. Here he remained until old age compelled his retirement. He died at the ripe old age of eighty-nine in 1876, leaving a large family of sons and daughters.
Today, Bingham has 10 manufacturing plants that service the United States and Canada. We’re dedicated to manufacturing the highest quality rollers.
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