Garfield Refactories located on the Indiana County side of the Conamaugh River in Robinson.  The Brickyard was originally Brickyard #4 owned by Mr. Reese Hammond.  The real rise of brick making seems to have occured upon the arrival of the Hammond family.  Bolivar exists as we now know it, and as some remember it, because of the Hammond family.  Bolivar still has several homes standing that was built with Hammond bricks.   In the Fifty's and Sixty's the brickyard was owned by Mr. Eddie Rugh who also operated the Mace Spring Water Company.  The Brickyard was sold, torn down and replaced with the Tri-Community Water and Sewage Authority Plant which serves Bolivar, Robinson, and West Bolivar.