- State Archives of North Carolina
- Herbert Woodley Simpson papers, 1888-1941 (NCAR1596) held by State Archives of North Carolina
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- Simpson, Herbert W. (Herbert Woodley), 1870-1945 more info on Simpson, Herbert W. (Herbert Woodley), 1870-1945
- Johnson St. and Hancock St.
- New Bern
- North Carolina
- Provenance note:
- The original structure on this site was built for George Bishop, as a factory for furniture and other household goods. Caleb Bradham, inventor of Pepsi-Cola, purchased the property in 1902.
- Architectural note:
- Simpson designed the larger Pepsi-Cola factory that sat adjacent to the smaller, older Bishop's Mill.
- Historical note:
- This site remained the headquarters for Pepsi's operations until the company's bankruptcy forced its sale in 1923. Both the Bottling Plant and Bishop's Mill were demolished in the 1970s.
New Bern (N.C.)
- Latitude, Longitude:
- 35.111062, -77.04077