Trombley & Carrier was a general contracting firm and operated a mill that produced sash and trim, along with timber and siding; the company was founded in 1901. The partners were Jack Carrier and William Edgar Trombley. They built Camp Eagle Island in 1903 for United States Vice-President and New York State Governor Levi P. Morton.
Local newspapers reported the following incidents concerning the firm:
- "Trombley & Carrier, of Saranac Lake, have in construction a camp to cost about $10,000 for H.D. Smith of New York City. The camp is to be built on Lower Saranac Lake and will be of rustic design." The Lowville Journal Republican'', 1904
- W.E. Trombley and John Carrier's judgement against Isaac Seligman for $1400 for building materials was affirmed by the NY Supreme Court. Malone Farmer, November 28, 1906
- The firm of Trombley & Carrier, lumber dealers of Saranac Lake, has been incorporated with a capital of $25,000. June 21, 1907 Essex County Republican
- The planing and finishing mill of Trombley & Carrier was totally destroyed by fire. Believed to be of incendiary origin. Tupper Lake Herald, September 6, 1912.
- The subject of one story lived in "...one of the houses on the Trombley and Carrier tract between Bloomingdale [sic: Avenue] and the Saranac River." April 1915, Plattsburgh Sentinel
- The old Trombley & Carrier tract on the east side of the Church St Extension has been cleaned off and made a good clean flat stretch of land between Newman and Holmes on the north and the bank of the Saranac River on the south." Adirondack Daily Enterprise, July 16, 1948.
The firm was dissolved by order of Governor Alfred E. Smith for failure to report in a timely manner.
Adirondack News, March 13, 1926
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