German:I finally had opportunity today to visit the museum in Birch Grove Park, especialy interested in the history of the Somers Brick Company. In addition to bricks from the Somers factory, there were several bricks on display with the S&F BCo brand. I commented on the Sayre & Fisher bricks, being very familiar with them from the dozens in my own collection, including many pulled from the banks of the Raritan near the old factory site. The museum attendant corrected me, claiming those were from a different named comany in the site's corporate history, called the Somers and Fram (Sp?) Company. These bricks looked identical to the countless S&F bricks I've found all over the state, but I did not press the issue, since anything is indeed possible. I found zero information on this suggested company on the net, but one of the search hits led me back to this thread, mentioning the S&F bricks, which I read years ago but had forgotten. Has anyone heard of this suggested alternate company name for the former works at Northfield? Or is this simply something the historical society mistakenly came up with?