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Tampa Box Company ,
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Employees in front of Tampa’s first cigar box factory, appropriately named the Tampa Box Company. The building was located on the North-East corner of 7th Avenue and 17th Street, in Ybor City. It burnt down around the turn of the century.

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Photo Credits

Historic photograph Courtesy of the Tampa-Hillsborough County Public Library System

Modern photograph by Bryan Weinstein

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  1. Elaine says:

    This was my great-great grandfather, Henry Leiman’s business. I still have some of the original cigar boxes. – Elaine Leiman Barber Fuller

  2. Lyman says:

    I am also related to Henry Leiman. Henry’s father Daniel came from the town Roddenau, Hesse-Cassel to NYC in 1850, his brother, Henry Leimann arrived in 1852. There were also several other siblings who arrived during that decade as well. I am a direct descendant of Henry who changed his surname to Lyman. After about a decade of research I have found photos and history on our Leimann family dating back to the 1650’s in Hesse, Germany. I would be interested in sharing information and would like to obtain one of the cigar boxes as a family keepsake if possible.

  3. Elaine Leiman Fuller says:

    Lymon, That would be wonderful! I only have one box but a lot of the Leiman antiques of Walnut and mahogany are in my home and my sister’s. Would love to connect with you. Thank you!

  4. Lyman says:

    Elaine,

    my e-mail:
    lyman_007 at hotmail.com

  5. Cathy Day says:

    I am a great granddaughter to WJ Leiman. My sister Kim and I would like to connect. Elaine your mother is Pat? She is the daughter of Henry. My Grandmother was Henry’s sister, Dorothy.

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