History of Roofing Old Roofing Wagon

History of Roofing Old Roofing Wagon

Henry A. Woeckener, Tin, Slate, Galvanized Roofing,Henry R. Woeckener. Here we have a great look into the past and History of Roofing. Henry R. Woeckener’s horse drawn roofing wagon. Specailizing in Tin, Slate, and Galvanized Roofing. Offering Rain Troughs and Spouts. Also, Copper Lightening Rods. Henry A. Woeckener, was doing business in Erie Pennsylvania.

I am not sure when this photo was taken or much about Henry A. Woeckener’s roofing business. In fact this might not even be a roofing wagon at all. It may be a Erie PA carriage with roofing advertisement on it. . . . like a New York Taxi. Which ever, it is a cool photo from the History of Roofing and show us as roofers the importance of advertisement.

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