SLAVUTA & SLAVUTCHYNA UKRAINE: LIST OF COMPANIES IN THE SLAVUTA DISTRICT UNTIL 1917
(from V. Berkovsky--in Ukrainian)
Slavuta Cloth Factory:Slavutsy tradesman, Shmul Finkelman (owner)—Opened in 1855, produced cloth for coats & suits.
Tashko Paper Factory: Slavutsky merchant, Heshel Pinhasovych Shapiro (owner)
Polyanska Paper Mill—Isaac & Mary Herman (owners, landowners)—Opened in 1856, produced sugar paper (?).
Potash plant in Tsvitoha: Morduh Groys (owner, Slavutsky tradesman), Opened in 1879.
Chemical factory in Varvarivka: Hermans & Gesselem Eynhorn (?).
Berezdivsky (or Beressi) skins (fur?) plant: Gersh Baraga (owner). Opened in 1853
Slavutsky Machinery Plant: joint ownership with Prince Sanhushko & Lilpop, Rau, and Lowenstein. Joint ownership in 1878. Steam & agricultural machinery.
Komariw Alcohol Plant #38: Isaac Herman (owner). Opened in 1838.
Slavuta Tar Paper Mill #2, #3: Chapiteau/Shapito (Shapiro??) & Epstein (owners)
Slavutsky Porcelain Factory in Horowitz: Finkelman (from Slavutsky). Closed in 1883.
Slavuta Hebrew Typography: Sold to Moshe Chapiteau in 1792, closed in 1830.