Southworth 1839

Wells Southworth built a mill to manufacture fine papers in 1839 in West Springfield, Massachusetts. Southworth manufactured the paper for Philo Remington’s first writing machine which led to Southworth marketing their own brand of typewriter papers to the office products trade. Southworth Company purchased Eaton Paper in 1996 and the Esleeck Manufacturing Company paper mill along with the Byron Weston product line in 2006.

Byron Weston 1863

Founded in 1863 in Dalton, Massachusetts, Byron Weston has been producing ledgers since 1863, and was the original supplier of paper for Social Security cards. Byron Weston products include diploma parchment, bond, and index papers, as well as archival record paper used for record keeping by many municipalities.

Esleeck Manufacturing Company 1900

A mill originally specializing in the production of onionskin paper, the Esleeck Manufacturing Company was established in 1900. It's principal owners, Augustine W. Esleeck and Alfred T. Judd, had worked together at the Valley Paper Mills of Holyoke, Massachusetts. After more than 100 years of continuous operation, the company, now producing a wide range of cotton fiber bonds, art papers, engineering and technical specialty papers, was purchased by Southworth in 2006.

Turners Falls Paper 2016

This new identity replaces the Paperlogic name as we embark on an exciting endeavor with breakthrough manufacturing technology as a custom paper producer. The rapidly evolving "paper for everything" marketplace requires innovation and Turners Falls Paper delivers it through the capability to produce a wide variety of quality fine papers. Turners Falls Paper combines the high quality standards of our heritage with a papermaking vision for the future.