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Image from page 288 of “Railway master mechanic [microform]” (1895)
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Title: Railway master mechanic [microform]
Year: 1895 (1890s)
Subjects: Railroads Railroads
Publisher: New York : [Simmons-Boardman Pub. Corp.]
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.Represented by S. A. Crone, E. Strassburger, R. C. Fraser andC. E. Barrett. Bullard Car Door Equipment Company, Birmingham, Ala.—Car doors. Represented by R. G. Bullard and D. S. Walreven. Bullard China Machine Tool Company, Bridgeport, Conn.—Bullardvertical turret lathe in operation. Represented by S. H. Bullard,J. W. Bray, R. H. Snider, J. H. Van Yorx, Jr., and Wm. J. Alles. Eurroughs Adding China Machine Company, Detroit, Mich.—Bur-roughs adding and listing machines for all departments of rail-way work. Style 15 for motive power and general railway ac-counting; No. 11 for car accounting; No. 9 for division super-intendents and local freight accounts, and Nos. 7 and 6x forlocal freight, ticket and express accounts. Represented by F. A.Willard, Ward Gavett and E. G. Griffith. 1 J I i Exhibit of the Flannery Bolt Co. Exhibit of the Armstrong-Blum Mfg. Co. The smiling face of Mr.Blum may be seen nestling among the flowers. July. 1909. RAILWAY MASTER MECHANIC 275 JPJLT,ROLT^jL.y BRICATOR CO,
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Exhibit of Chicago Railway Equipment Co. Carborundum Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y.—Carborundumwheels; sharpening stones; rubbing bricks; carborundum paperand cloth; garnet paper; carborundum valve China grinding compound.Represented by George R. Rayner, W. W. Sanderson, R. B.Fuller, C. C. Schumaker and Chas. Nicholson. Cardwell China Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111.—Cardwellrocker side bearings. Represented by J. R. Cardwell, John D.Ristine, C. H. Tobias and W. K. Grauser. Carnegie Steel Company, Pittsburg, Pa. Carter Iron Company, Pittsburg, Pa.—Stay-bolt iron; chaincable iron; engine bolt iron. Represented by W. C. Johnston,Christopher Murphy and Robert Spencer. Celfor Tool Company, Chicago, 111.—Celfor high-speed drills,reamers, countersinks, three-lipped drills, Rich flat drills, Celforduplex and precision chucks, reamer sockets, etc. Representedby E. B. Clark, William Brewster, M. L. Hanlin, W. E. McCabe,J. J. Dale, Chas. A. Bucher and Edwin B. Ross. Chase & Company, L. C, Bo
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