Brick Types

Described here are different types of bricks that I have found in the area. Where possible, I will state their origin of manufacture, and where found. Sizes are Length, Width, Height, laying flat.

CREAM: "Milwaukee Cream".
SIZE:
MFG: Brainerd Steam Brick
WEIGHT:

FIRE BRICK: Larger yet than the Red-Orange, used as lining around boilers, made of more stone than clay, and usually imprinted with the manufacturer's name on one side.
SIZE: 9" X 4 3/8" X 2 1/2"
MFG:
WEIGHT:

RED: Larger than the Red or Cream, possibly a foundation or fire brick, although likely not kiln dried as they are irregular and warped. Darker, almost burgundy, and heavier than the Red-Orange. Telltale production mold-mark on one flat side, as a ridge, or line dissecting it in the middle.
SIZE: 8 1/4"X 3 3/4" X 2 3/4"
MFG: Ebinger/Koop, or L.P. White...???
WEIGHT:

RED-ORANGE: Same size as the cream, but of poorer quality and vulnerable to moisture, causing extreme shaling (flaking).
SIZE:
MFG: Ebinger/Koop, or L.P. White...???
WEIGHT: