It manufactured wood- and coal-burning cast iron heating and cooking stoves as well as ranges of every size and variety. As the company grew, the manufacturing segment of the business was separated from the mercantile aspects and incorporated in 1855 under the name of the St. Accruals Additional materials were added to the collection in November 2002 and December 2003. If we do not have your key, we may be able to locate one from our many antique trunk restorer associates across the country. Trademarks Connecticut Stamford History Sources.
Second photo shows the backs of these keys. Get one of each key, styles 2-14. © 2003 University of Connecticut Overview of the Collection Creator: University of Connecticut—Stamford. The Manufacturers' Association, moreover, directly involved itself in city government and acted as a strong force in the promotion and acquisition of increased municipal services. Its latest Italian acquisition moved Williams into second place in the Italian locks market. His son Raymond, however, continued in the field and perfected the process of producing tubes filled with rarefied gasses free from impurities. In 1898 a David versus Goliath battle took place between Elisha Mix, Jr.
Within the next three years, the company redesigned the entire line. Today Stamford is home to many national and international corporations. Colonel Jacob Schick made by hand the first electric shaver for which he received a patent in 1928. Northam Warren manufactured Odorono deodorants and Cutex brand nail polishes and polish remover. After a further takeover by Williams Holdings, various sections of the Willenhall operation and outlying operation such as their diecasting foundry were closed.
All cylinder lock production was moved into the Wood Street Works and production standardised on the Yale cylinders, even though they were branded Yale and Union. In 1954 the Materials Handling division of Yale and Towne Manufacturing Co. Stamford: Stamford Bicentennial Committee, 1976 Feinstein, Estelle F. Pictures are of the exact item s you will receive. Style F is about 1 long and looks like a ring of old skeleton keys.
Also fits codes 7201, T-44, T-45,T-46, T-47, and T-51. Small flag at the end for working the lock mechanism. With the end of the conflict, unions began to place new demands on management, principally for higher wages. In 1960 Cheesebrough Ponds acquired The Northam Warren Company. Danersk furniture was previously crafted in North Carolina until for economic and growth reasons the company moved operations and practically its entire staff to Stamford. Mix came from a line of talented lock makers. The company pioneered the development of many distinctive types of bearings and was one of the top firms in its field.
Advertising and name recognition have long been a part of The Classic Yale Story. Only twenty years after the typewriter had come into practical use, a Stamford resident, , invented a new kind of typewriter 1892 in his small workshop at the rear of his Bedford Street home. The Industrial Revolution was coming to America, enlarging, specializing, and mechanizing the American industrial process. It was there in 1888 that the men had begun the business of jobbing bronze powders imported from Germany. Key Style 17 Key style 17 is a double bit key that was used on clocks, jewelry boxes, bureau drawers, and some chest locks. Please call us at 201-768-1742 or email us at for the cost.
Guandong would own 40% and insurers, American International, 15%. Stamford: The Stamford Historical Society, Inc. An early and important Stamford manufacturer which straddled the pre-industrial and industrial eras was the Stamford Manufacturing Company, situated at today's Cove Park. Waring about 1830 at his small foundry on Long Ridge Road near the New York State boundary. The production of Chubb locks also took place at Portobello. Stamford, Connecticut: Gillespie Brothers, Inc.
John's manufactured quality house trimmings, sashes, blinds, and hardwood finishings for which it earned a high reputation. This kind of labor unrest, combined with the difficulty of expansion for new factories and higher costs of doing business in the Northeast, led to management's increasingly frequent decision to locate to the South, where these factors were less predominant. The Association lobbied for efficient fire and police protection, good streets and sidewalks, and stringent regulations governing public health and safety. Professional and knowledgeable they made scheduling an appointment simple. We will supply substitute keys for Keys 5 and 11 in this collection. Land transportation had always been arduous and slow even along the nation's best roads, but travel along the nation's waterways was both faster and cheaper.