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Prince Spaghetti of Lowell, Massachusetts
Home of Prince Spaghetti, Lowell, Massachusetts
I am including my employment at Prince Spaghetti as one of my things I like about Lowell. When I got the job, my mother-in-law was thrilled, since she had worked there in the 40s. I began working there the 8th year of being owned by Borden, and lasted just two years before Borden sold the company in 1997. Below are various photos I took during my employment.
The building in red brick is the original plant (where all offices, shipping, quality control, mini grocery store and the Prince museum) and the large white/grey building was where the pasta was manufactured.
Courtyard of The Grotto Restaurant facing the old and new buildings. Below are two railroad cars. There was also a fleet of large trucks with the same logo.
Original business envelope.
A cook's paper hat, front and back. Some employees got together for dinner the week after the plant closed, and we signed our names.
Paper place mat (above).
Here is an iconic ad: Prince Spaghetti commercial, starring Anthony
The small book, Prince Treasury of Italian Recipes has 305 pages.
The above items were used for advertising the Prince Spaghetti Company and their restaurant, The Grotto Restaurant in Lowell, Massachusetts.
News article dated May 20, 2015, "International data-storage firm to purchase Prince plant" Update: The Lowell Sun article dated June 17, 2015 Markley seals deal for data center at former Prince plant