Mills and Offices
Mojud Hosiery operated hosiery mills in a number of locations. Sales offices included New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Dallas.
Long Island City, NY
This site on 33rd Ave. and a dyehouse at 8th & Washington Ave.
Photos in Library of Congress
Mojud “The Dependable Hosiery” May, 1945
Courtesy George Voehringer
Long Island City plant 1951
Courtesy American Dyestuff Reporter
This factory was built in four stages during the late 1920s and early 1930s. Image courtesy of NC State College Agromeck 1944
Alabama Hosiery Mills, Inc. Incorporated in 1929 to produce Ladies’ Full-Fashioned Hosiery.
Exterior of Alabama Hosiery Mills
Interior of AHM 1931 Decatur Daily newspaper archives
See letterhead on main page. This was Endurance Knitting Mill at 225-227 W Wyoming on the corner of Second Street; and Northwood Hosiery, a company acquired by Mojud, was located at 235 W. Wyoming. If you note the size and height of the buildings: 225-227 was a 3 story building and 235 was a two story building. Source: George Voehringer and Tax Records for Philadelphia.
Siler City, NC
Active during WW II and closed by 1947.
Incorporated 1945 as Port City Hosiery Mills, Inc., a subsidiary of Mojud. Formed to produce Ladies Seamless Hosiery.
Los Angeles Offices 24th and Broadway
1955 by Architect A. Godfrey Bailey. Courtesy www.you-are-here.com/los_angeles.