Edmond was one of the people involved in printing camouflage cloth during WWII. Cranston workers had forty foot by eighty foot ''victory gardens'' on the company's land across from the stream that flowed down from the Print Works Pond. A local farmer tilled the land with a horse drawn plow. Edmond died in Florida in 1970. Says Edmond Campbell
And that's not all you can do here at Cranston Print Works Pond. Going for a magnificent fishing trip at Can't
Imagine Sport Fishing Charters is always enjoyable, and Simmons Brook is close to Cranston Print Works Pond and is always a bliss to have a look at.