National Geographic : 1933 Nov
Photograph by Clifton Adams YOUR MORNING PAPER MAY HAVE COME FROM THIS PULPWOOD PILE AT ANOGDENSBURG MILL New York manufactures more paper than any other State in the Union. In 1929 the value of its output was approximately $130,000,000. Michigan took second rank with a $97,000,000 production. Maine, however, took first place by a very narrow margin over New York inthe wood pulp used. Each State had more than a million tons to its credit.