Wilbur B. Driver Co

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This pipe was apparently made for the Wilbur B. Driver Company. The company was founded in 1918, was a manuacturer and developer of heat-resistant metal alloy wires, ribbons, and other materials, establishing its first factory in Newark, N.J. In 1967, WBD was sold to the General Telephone and Electronics Corporation (GTE), later acquired by Verizon, and became a subsidiary of GTE's Sylvania Electric Products, Inc.

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