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Everything ends up here eventually, but Made in Brooklyn is a column exploring native, born-and-bred borough creations.

Brooklyn-born sculptor Frederick MacMonnies’ daughters, Betty and Marjorie, alongside their governess and teddy bear, in the early 20th century. Photo via the Brooklyn Public Library

The teddy bear, the inspired creation of Russian Jewish immigrants Rose and Morris Michtom, was born in a Bed Stuy candy shop in 1902.

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Everything ends up here eventually, but Made in Brooklyn is a column exploring native, born-and-bred borough creations.

55 Washington Street. Photo via the Etsy Blog

The cardboard box may not seem innovative in 2016, but in 1879 it was ahead of its time — and initially conceived as an accident, on the watch of one of Dumbo’s early business leaders and developers.

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Everything ends up here eventually, but Made in Brooklyn is a column exploring native, born-and-bred borough creations.

Photo by Louis Seigal for MakerBot

Brooklyn-born MakerBot Industries is a leader in the futuristic field of personal, on-demand 3D printing. And the bulk of their wares are built in a 170,000-square-foot factory in Industry City