History

TDF was located in the historic Lydia Pinkham Building in Lynn, MA. It is now located in the Danvers Industrial Park in Danvers, MA.

One of the first female entrepreneurs, Lydia Pinkham began making her vegetable compound in her kitchen for the private use of her friends. After her husband's business failed in the panic of 1873, she and her sons began marketing the tonic selling it as a cure for "female complaints."  Made from a variety of roots and herbs in a suspension of 19% alcohol, the vegetable compound was sold worldwide and Mrs. Pinkham became one of the 19th century's most recognizable women. The Pinkham Laboratory in Lynn continued to produce Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound until the company was sold in 1968. Today, the building is home to a variety of businesses, including TDF Metal Finishing.

2007-Present
Outside Shipping Dock
1980-2007
Pinkham Bldg. (then)   Pinkham Bldg. (now)

In the Danvers Industrial Park - Rt. 1 South

7-9 Electronics Ave, Danvers, MA 01923 USA
Telephone: 978-223-4292
Fax: 978-223-4297
Email: tdfinfo@tdfmetalfinishing.com

 

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