Tamal Packing

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Main Location

San Francisco


Stokely Van Camp

Tamal Packing was a San Francisco canner run by the Mailiard brothers (Ward Mailliard and ???). Charles Grondona was the president of the company in 1920[1]. Mailliard and Schmiedell was their distributor in 1923[2]

Van Camp purchased Tamal Packing in 1922 as part of their expansion into California[3].


Location Years Address Details
San Francisco 1922 2200 Folsom Street Plant expanded after Stokely_Van_Camp purchase in 1922[4].


  1. 1920 San Francisco Directory
  2. Advertisement February 1923 Western Canner and Packer.
  3. Van Camp Packing Company to Enter California Activity: March 18, 1922 California Fruit News.
  4. Plant of Tamal Packing Company To Be Greatly Enlarged: March 1922 Western Canner and Packer.