Guide to the Eisler Engineering Company Records
NMAH.AC.0734

Administrative Information

Repository Information

Archives Center, National Museum of American History, 2008

P.O. Box 37012
 Suite 1100, MRC 601
 Washington, D.C., 20013-7012
 Phone: 202-633-3270
 archivescenter@si.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

The collection is open for research use. Series 3, Employee Records, personnel files are restricted; see repository for details.

Conditions Governing Use note

Collection items available for reproduction, but the Archives Center makes no guarantees concerning intellectual property rights. Archives Center cost-recovery and use fees may apply when requesting reproductions.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

The collection was donated by E.N. Logothetis of Kahle Engineering on June 15, 2000.

Processing Information note

Processed by John Mask (intern), and Alison Oswald, archivist, December 2006.

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Summary Information

Repository
Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Creator
Eisler Engineering Company.
Title
Eisler Engineering Company records
ID
NMAH.AC.0734
Date
(bulk 1920-1950s)
Date [inclusive]
1885-1988
Extent
30.00 Cubic feet; 49 boxes, 25 oversize folders, including photographs and blueprints
Language
English
Language of Materials note
Some materials in French, Germany, Hungarian, and Spanish.
Abstract
Records document Charles Eisler, a Hungarian immigrant who was a skilled mechanic and engineer and his company, Eisler Engineering Company of Newark, New Jersey, which manufactured equipment for producing electric lamps, television and radio tubes, welding equipment and laboratory equipment.

Preferred Citation note

Eisler Engineering Company Records, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution.

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Biographical/Historical note

Charles Eisler (1884-1973) was born in Hungary to Adolph and Helen Eisler. Charles was the second child of nine: George, Emil, Michael, Leopold, Rudi, Franz, Emma and Lajos. Eisler completed his engineering and mechanical studies by the age of 17 and began an apprenticeship with a local factory. He became a licensed steam engineer and fireman of high pressure boilers. In 1902, he left Hungary for Berlin, Germany, with the goal to immigrate to the United States. In Germany, Eisler worked in a factory in Eberswalde, north of Berlin. The factory manufactured cast-iron pipe and machinery, and Eisler operated a crane loading barges near the factory. Eisler left Eberswalde and returned to Berlin to work as a toolmaker at Allgemeine Electricitäts Gesellschaft' (AEG). He arrived in New York City on the SS Potsdam/Stockholm (I) in November 1904. Because Europeans dominated the field of skilled mechanics and tradesmen in the United States, Eisler easily found employment in East Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh Westinghouse. In 1907, Eisler worked for Studebaker Metzger Motor Company as a tool-designer and tool room foreman.

Eisler returned to Hungary in the spring of 1912 where he took a job as a tool designing engineer with an American owned electrical firm, Standard Electric Company, in Újpest. He married Frieda Schwartz Eisler (d.1962) on December 24, 1912, in Budapest. They had four children: Charles Eisler, Jr., Martha (Eisler) Leff; Ruth (Eisler) Forest; and Constance (Eisler) Smith. In 1914, Eisler, his wife Frieda, and their newborn son Charles, Jr., returned to the United States. Eisler worked at the Westinghouse Lamp Company in Bloomfield, New Jersey, designing machines for building incandescent lamps with tungsten wire. At Westinghouse, Eisler held the position of chief engineer of the equipment division, and he completed the International Correspondence Schools course in mechanical engineering (1918). Eisler left Westinghouse in 1919 to work for Save Electric Corporation of Brooklyn, New York (an independent lamp manufacture), formed by Max Ettiger. At Save Electric, Eisler was equipment engineer superintendent and responsible for designing machines for the production of incandescent lamps.

General Electric (GE), Westinghouse, and RCA had a monopoly on modern incandescent lamp making machinery. The manufacture of lamps and tubes had moved from a low-rate, highly skilled craft work of Edison’s Menlo Park to a high-rate, semi-skilled process dominated by GE and others. It was difficult for independent lamp manufacturers, such as Save Electric, to compete. The control and licensing of machinery patents was one method GE used to maintain a virtual monopoly on lamp manufacture throughout the first half of the 20th century. GE purchased Save Electric in 1920 to remove it from the incandescent lamp market. That same year, Eisler lost his job and started his own company, Eisler Engineering Company, to consult and manufacture equipment for producing electric lamps, television tubes, radio tubes, glass products, neon tubes, welding equipment and laboratory equipment. He established a machine shop at 15 Kirk Alley, Newark, New Jersey, where he redesigned many of his machines and drawings and started patenting. By 1924, Eisler’s plant doubled in physical size and labor supply, with the radio tube industry peaking in 1929.1 However, the stock market crash of 1929-1930 severely impacted production, and Eisler never again saw the same growth. In 1929, Eisler sold a 49% interest in the company to Frank Bonner.

In June 1933, Eisler and others organized a group of independent manufacturers into the Incandescent Lamp Manufacturer’s Association (ILMA). In response to the pressuring tactics of GE, Westinghouse and RCA, the group also documented every lamp maker who went out of business or that was bought by a monopoly member. The ILMA allowed members to pool their resources for patent litigation. “Eisler was the third leading outside supplier of lamp making machinery. It was not licensed by General Electric, and the unlicensed lamp manufacturers obtained most of their lamp making equipment from it. The Eisler equipment was less automatic and of considerably less speed than the machinery used by the General Electric group. However, it was considerably lower in price.”2

Eisler Engineering Company was sued at least four times by GE between 1923 and 1928 for alleged patent infringement but won each case. The cases involved four United States patents owned by GE: Van Keuren #1,326,121; Mitchell and White #1,453,594; Mitchell and White #1,453,595; and Marshall #1,475,192. The last three patents address a process used in the manufacture of electric lamps known as “sealing in” of tip-less lamps. The plaintiff, GE, complained that Eisler, the defendant, was infringing. Several GE patents were declared invalid during the proceedings or were withdrawn, and Eisler’s U.S. Patent #1,637,989 for tip-less lamps was upheld. See General Electric Company vs. Eisler Engineering Company, 20 F (2d.) 33 (C.C.A., 1927), 26 F (2d.) 12 (C.C.A., 1928), and 43 F (2d.) 319 (C.C.A., 1930). One of Eisler’s strongest defenses was a 1916 article he published in Machinery on Tungsten Lamp Manufacture. Eisler defended his case not only for the interest of his own company but also for those who utilized his products as well as those who manufactured under a licensing agreement with Eisler Engineering Company.

In 1954, Charles Eisler, Jr., formerly vice president became president of Eisler Engineering Company, Inc., and Charles Eisler, Sr., became chairman of the board. In 1958, Eisler Senior officially stepped down. In the late 1970s, Eisler, Jr., sold the company to Kahle Engineering Company. Kahle, established in 1920 with its roots in the glass machinery business, provided equipment for the medical device, pharmaceutical, electrical and automotive industries. Today, Kahle focuses solely on the manufacture of assembly machines for medical devices.

Eisler was issued fifty-seven United States patents relating to the mass production of glass articles. His first patent was issued in 1916 (U.S. Patent # 1,209,650) for a turret attachment and his last was issued in 1958 (U.S. Design Patent # DES 182,796) for a spot welder/press type. Eisler received an honorary Doctor of Science degree from Bloomfield College in Bloomfield, New Jersey (1951) and was elected to life membership in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1952). He died on October 8, 1973 at the age of 89 in East Orange, New Jersey.

1 Eisler, Charles. The Million-Dollar Bend (New York: William-Frederick Press, 1960). 2 Bright, Arthur.  The Electric Lamp Industry (New York: Macmillan Co., 1949).

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Scope and Contents note

The bulk of the materials date from the 1930s to the 1950s and document Charles Eisler’s contributions to the modern lamp making industry. There is considerable personal information documenting Eisler and his family, and his connection to his native Hungary. The collection is divided into 9 series: personal materials; business materials; employee records, operating records; diagrams and drawings; litigation and patent records; photographs; and scrapbooks.

Series 1, Personal Materials, 1944-1970, is divided into six subseries: Passports and Naturalization Certificate, 1910-1970s; Photographs, 1912; Chronological Correspondence, 1944-1970; Alphabetical Correspondence, 1941-1969; Family and Friends Correspondence, 1956-1966; Vacation Information, 1951; Financial Information, 1960-1967; and Medical Bills and Information, 1963-1967.

There are several passports (United States and German) for Eisler and his United States naturalization certificate of 1910. The photographs, 1912, are from Eisler’s friend, Ed Korn. The photographs depict an airplane that Eisler created drawings for and two individuals, Bert Berry (parachutist) and Tony Januss, a pilot at Kinloch Field, St. Louis, Missouri.

The chronological correspondence, 1944-1970, is arranged chronologically. It contains letters about Hungarians and Hungarian issues; invitations to social events and speaking engagements; thank you letters; letters of condolence; donations; birthday greetings; and club memberships. Eisler was active in the Newark, New Jersey, Hungarian community. He donated equipment, clothes, and money to a variety of organizations that assisted Hungarians in the United States and in Hungary. Some of the correspondence was written by Mrs. R. Testa, secretary to Charles Eisler.

The alphabetical correspondence, 1941-1969, is arranged alphabetically. It consists of letters documenting such issues as stock in Eisler Engineering Company, personal purchases of Eisler’s at the Ivanhoe Lobby Gift Shop by the Sea Hotel, and “Help the Suffering Hungarians” organization (1956-1961). This includes canceled checks from donors, specifically Operation Mercy to assist refugees from Budapest. Additionally, there is correspondence and itemized price lists for food and clothing for Hungarians. Of note is some Raritan Yacht Club (R.Y.C.) of Perth Amboy, New Jersey, materials. There is a R.Y.C. Duffle Bag newsletter, February, 1964. Eisler was a member of R.Y.C.

Family and friends correspondence, 1956-1966, includes letters and postcards from family and friends, mostly in Hungarian. Topics discussed include sending food, clothing, hearing aids, and medicine to Hungarian refugees; Christmas packages; emigration; and U.S. Relief Parcel Service receipts.

Vacation information, 1951, consists of one file folder of documentation of airline tickets, baggage tickets, tour itineraries, receipts from hotels, letterhead from hotels, and itemized lists of purchases for several trips Eisler made. Airlines ephemera represented include Pan American World Airways System; Air France; British Overseas Airways Corp; Trans World Airlines, Inc; and Eastern Airlines.

Financial information, 1960-1967, contains investment securities (certificates) information for Massachusetts Investors Trust; consolidated checking account information; lists of personal donations, personal income, and savings accounts. Eisler’s personal donations varied greatly, both in amount and in the type of organization—American Hungarian Studies Foundation at Rutgers, Father Flanagan’s Boy’s Home; and the Jewish Community Council of Essex County, New Jersey.

Medical Bills and Information, 1963-1967, consists mostly of bills from doctors for services rendered.

Series 2, Business Materials, 1885, 1931-1985, is divided into seven subseries: correspondence, general files, financial information, World War II boards and regulations, real estate holdings and investments, articles, and Kahle Engineering.

Correspondence, 1946-1971, is arranged alphabetically by surname or company name. It contains a variety of issues—real estate, accounting, legal representation, and tenants. Attorneys Kessler and Kessler handled Eisler vs. General Electric Company. There is correspondence about meetings, depositions, and reviewing documents before filing. The tenant information includes assignments and agreements between individual tenants and the landlord, Lesire Corporation, which Eisler owned.

General Files, 1931-1985, contains files arranged alphabetically on a variety of topics.

Financial Information, 1931-1945, is mainly comprised of Treasury Department and Internal Revenue correspondence, and income tax documentation

World War II Boards and Regulations, 1942-1946, contain information about manpower, labor, and production during World War II for the manufacturing industry. The National War Labor Board contains wage rates and audit information for Eisler Engineering. The Manpower Commission established the total manpower allowance for Eisler Engineering and other companies. It set specific quotas for the number of male employees permitted. The War Production Board material includes a plant report of operations. It describes the product being made and categorizes the percentage of “war” versus “civilian” work. The War Department Plant Protection Division contains notes and recommendations for Eilser Engineering Company to implement.

Real Estate Holdings and Investments, 1932-1980, consists mainly of tax and stock returns and income information and cancelled notes for collateral with the Lesire Corporation. The record of real estate, 1952-1974, contains ledger sheets for seven separate properties with the name of the property, improvements if any, and address: Farm Flagtowne, Neshanic, New Jersey; 733 S. 12th Street, Newark, New Jersey; 735-737 S. 12th Street, Newark, New Jersey; 738-758 S. 13th Street, Newark, New Jersey; 16 N. Salem Street, Dover, New Jersey; 269 E. Blackwell Street, Dover, New Jersey; and Lad Construction. The ledger sheets also include a loan record with rents and mortgage receivable information. The Avenue L files document a factory building owned by Eisler in Newark, New Jersey. The files contain correspondence, receipts, and bills for work done on the building in preparation for sale.

Articles, 1885-1962 (not inclusive) includes four articles relating to the topic of electricity.

Kahle Engineering, 1960-1982, contains Dun and Bradstreet analytical reports from 1960 to 1964 and interoffice correspondence with Steven Logothetis, an employee of Kahle Engineering, interoffice memos, credit profiles, notes, mortgage papers, and information sheets for specific properties for purchase at public auction for the period 1979-1982.

Series 3, Employee/Personnel Records, 1940-1988, is divided into ten subseries: personnel files; accident reports; lists of employee names; service years and anniversaries; union (IUE AFL-CIO) agreements; benefits (health and pension); deceased employees; payroll information; electrical license course; Department of Labor; and miscellaneous.

The bulk of this series consists primarily of employee personnel files from the 1940s to 1960s. Arranged alphabetically by surname, the files contain employee record cards, employee applications, in some instances photographs (head shots), tax withholding exemption certificates, medical forms, union dues information, union steward reports detailing grievances and appeals, correspondence, recommendations, unemployment benefit payments, workers compensation, paychecks, and applications for United States citizenship and visa requests. The employee record cards capture the employee name; address; social security number; department; occupation; title; clock number; phone number; race; marital status; date of birth; number of children; stating rate; increases; vacation taken; country of birth; entry into the United States; naturalized and, if so, when and where; former employees and any union grievances. It provides a comprehensive view of the employee composition of the company.

The accident reports, 1958-1988, are arranged chronologically by year and then further arranged alphabetically by employee surname. These accident claim forms used by Eisler Engineering Company are for the New Jersey Manufacturers Casualty Insurance Company of Trenton, New Jersey. Additionally, there are blank State of New Jersey accident forms. There is some correspondence about specific claims and employees. There is one file folder documenting injuries and illness, 1971-1978. It consists of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) forms completed by Eisler Engineering. They provide a summary of the types of injuries and illnesses, number of lost work days, number of cases and a supplementary record of occupational injuries.

Lists of employee names, 1957-1977, provides information on employees who left employment, were laid off, owed union dues; years of service to the company, birthdays, addresses, and job descriptions.

Service years and anniversaries, 1955-1970, provides the employee name, when employment began, years of service and if a service pin was awarded.

Union (IUE AFL-CIO) agreements, 1942-1957 contain union contracts and agreements between Eisler Engineering Mutual Employees Association, Inc., and the International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers (IUE-AFL-CIO).

Benefits (health and pension), 1957-1967, contains information on dental benefits, hospital service plans, Group Health Insurance (GHI) Inc., claim forms for medical care insurance, and the annual report of District 4 IUE, AFL-CIO Welfare Plan for 1957.

Deceased employees, 1946-1951, consists of form letters with the employees name, address, next of kin, date of death, and the amount of unpaid salary due.

Payroll Information, 1940-1973, includes deduction of wages or salary forms for union dues, plans for enrolling in the U.S. Savings Bond program, canceled payroll checks, forms for requesting vacation, and bonus and merit increases for employees.

Electrical License Course, undated, includes homework assignments, tests, and answers to questions, in lessons/courses on: compound generators, DC (direct current) self-excited generators, power, combination circuits, parallel circuits, split phase/resistance-start induction run motors, electricity, and compound motors.

Department of Labor, 1944-1956, contains employment reports and public contracts and minimum wage determinations. There is statistical information on the type of employee (male, female, non-white, and part-time) and a report of current and anticipated employment.

Miscellaneous contains one file folder with an undated Department of Labor and Industry letter about a highly desirable labor pool of technical, skilled, and semi-skilled workers becoming available.

Series 4, Operational Records, 1934-1977, is divided into two subseries: Equipment Quotes, 1960-1977, were prepared by Eisler for clients/companies in the United States and in foreign countries. The quotes include details about the machine requested and its price.

Operating Instructions and Parts Lists, 1934-1940s, are arranged predominately by machine number, but there are some exceptions. The files include drawings and sketches, operating instructions on assembling and disassembling, black and white photographs, charts, and product literature. There are some documents that were not created by the Eisler Engineering Company. These documents include operating instructions and drawings from other companies that Eisler had a working relationship with. The instructions, [1934-1945?], arranged alpha-numerically, are operating instructions for machines manufactured by the Eisler Engineering Company. The instructions are labeled D-1 to D-800. These instructions should be used in conjunction with the other operating instructions for specific machines. For example, instructions D-1 are for Eisler machine No. 00, a coil winding machine

Series 5, Diagrams and Drawings, 1924-1960, is divided into two subseries, wiring diagrams and drawings. The wiring diagrams 1934-1956, are arranged by type and provide instructions and diagrams on how to connect wires for Eisler machines. The drawings, 1924-1960, include blueprints, tracings, sketches and in some instances, specifications for specific machines. The name and number of the machine are listed. Also, the drawings contain factory layouts for companies in the United States and in Leningrad, Russia.

Series 6, Sales Records, 1924-1984, is divided into three subseries: customer sales lists, lamp machinery sales records, and catalogs. The Customer Sales Lists, 1951-1958, and the Lamp Machinery Sales Records, 1929-1958, include detailed information for each machine built and shipped to a client: shop number, job number, type of machine, machine number, customer name, customer order number, Eisler order number and date shipped, and a serial number if applicable. There are some lists for customer requested machines such as exhaust machines, stem machines, and base filling machines.

The catalogs, 1924-1979, are arranged into two sub-subseries, Eisler catalogs and other companies’ catalogs. The catalogs are further arranged chronologically and are bound or consist of loose pages and individual bulletins. They provide information on incandescent lamps, power transmission tubes; neon tube signs; tungsten equipment and wire; burners, torches, fires, gas and air mixers; metal sprayers; bases; furnaces; vacuum flasks; ampules and vials; vacuum pumps; and electric welders.

Index cards for Eisler Engineering Anniversary Catalog 1945, are arranged by machine number and contain the machine name with a description, pricing information, and in some instances a date and annotations. Each card has a page number that correlates to the Anniversary Catalog No. 45-CE, 1945.

Series 7, Litigation and Patent Records, 1897-1953 (bulk 1926-1929), 1949, 1953, consist of briefs (for the defendant, Eisler, and plaintiff, General Electric) and the transcript of record in the case General Electric vs. Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Company, 1926-1929. The litigation was heard in the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of New Jersey and U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, Third District. GE brought suit against Eisler for infringement of two U.S. patents, #1,128,120 for manufacturing glass rods and forming spiders, and # 1,220,836 for a filament support wire inserting machine. Eisler allegedly infringed by manufacturing and selling a hook inserting machine.

There is one file folder of newspaper clippings about anti-trust in lamp manufacturing and specifically conclusions to the Opinion for the case United States of America vs. General Electric Company, 1953. GE, Corning Glass Works, N.V. Philips Gloeilampenfabriken, Consolidated Electric Lamp Company, Hygrade Sylvania Corporation, Chicago Miniature Lamp Works, and Tung-Sol Lamp Works, Inc., were found guilty and in violation of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act. GE, in particular, negotiated agreements through its wholly-owned subsidiary, International General Electric that divided the world lamp markets. This division permitted GE to have the U.S. market exclusively and bar foreign lamp manufacturers. The domestic licensees’ growth was limited by GE to a fixed percentage of its own production and expansion so that over the years a licensee’s share of the business was diminished. This restrained trade, and competition by GE unlawfully monopolized the incandescent electric lamp business.

A separate case involving Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. vs. Beacon Lamp Co., Leopold Rossbach, C. L. Shoninger, A.H. Moses, L.E. Whicher and J.T. Hambay from 1896 to 1898 is also documented through the brief for the complainant and a record of the case.

Patents, 1913-1931, are further divided into tube patents, 1924-1931 and tube patents assigned to Raytheon Company, 1913-1929. The patents were assembled by Eisler for reference.

Series 8, Photographs, 1944-1967, is further divided into six subseries: machines by number, CAMS; timers; jigs; transformers and electrodes; welders; welders, tips, jigs and fixtures; and miscellaneous. The series contains 8” x 10” black and white prints. Originally organized in three- ring binders, the photographs are arranged by machine number with further numerical identifiers. For example, Machine No. 103 is a glass lathe machine and No. 103-XL is a vertical glass lathe machine.

CAMS are curved wheels mounted on a rotating shaft and used to produce variable or reciprocating motion in another engaged or contacted part. They are used to produce or machine something. Tips refer to the remnant of the glass tubing through which the lamp was exhausted of its air (as well as filled with inert gases after the invention of the gas-filled lamp in 1912) and jigs are devices for guiding a tool or for holding machine work in place.

The majority of photographs document machinery; few employees are featured.

Photographs for Machine No. 170, can working equipment at vacuum products, features African American workers circa the 1950s and Machine No. 160, an automatic tub bottoming machine features a female employee. Some of the miscellaneous photographs contain prints of equipment, parts and employees working in the factory.

Series 9, Scrapbooks, 1916-1959, includes three scrapbooks. Many of the articles are in Hungarian or Spanish.

Scrapbook, 1943 (bulk 1945-1955), 1959, contains newspaper articles about Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Company. Many articles and advertisements focus on specific machines Eisler manufactured. Articles about Charles Eisler contain information about the associations he belonged to, litigation, awards received, Lesire Corporation, his tenant company; and the appointment of Charles Eisler, Jr., as President of Eisler Engineering Company. Other items include company Christmas cards.

Scrapbook, 1916-1944, 1948, 1957, contains newspaper clippings and catalog pages on machines manufactured by Eisler; personal information about Charles Eisler’s trip to Europe; a fire at his summer home; and Christmas decorations. There is documentation on Eisler Engineering Company employees, World War II contributions and production, and photographs of Charles Eisler presenting a donation to the Newark Hungarians and the U.S. Army Ambulance Branch.

Scrapbook, 1924-1959, contains convention programs, Family Circle information, documentation on various social events Eisler attended and machine advertisements.

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Arrangement note

Collection organized into nine series.

Series 1, Personal Materials, 1910s-1970s

Subseries 1, Passports and Naturalization Certificate, 1910-1970s

Subseries 2, Photographs, 1912

Subseries 3, Chronological Correspondence, 1946-1970

Subseries 4, Alphabetical Correspondence, 1941-1969

Subseries 5, Family and Friends Correspondence, 1956-1966

Subseries 6, Vacation information, 1951

Subseries 7, Financial information, 1960-1967

Subseries 8, Medical Bills and Information, 1963-1967

Series 2, Business Materials, 1885, 1929-1985

Subseries 1, Correspondence, 1946-1971

Subseries 2, General Files, 1929-1985

Subseries 3, Financial Information, 1931-1945

Subseries 4, World War II Boards and Regulations, 1942-1946

Subseries 5, Real Estate Holdings and Investments, 1932-1980

Subseries 6, Articles, 1885-1962 (not inclusive)

Subseries 7, Kahle Engineering, 1960-1982

Series 3, Employee/Personnel Records, 1940-1988

Subseries 1, Personnel Files, 1940s-1960s

Subseries 2, Accident Reports, 1958-1988

Subseries 3, Lists of employee names, 1957-1977, undated

Subseries 4, Service years and anniversaries, 1955-1970

Subseries 5, Union (IUE AFL-CIO) agreements and contracts, 1942-1957, undated

Subseries 6, Benefits (health and pension), 1957-1967, undated

Subseries 7, Deceased employees, 1946-1951

Subseries 8, Payroll Information, 1940-1973

Subseries 9, Electrical License Course, undated

Subseries 10, Department of Labor, 1944-1956

Subseries 11, Miscellaneous, undated

Series 4, Operating Records, 1934-1977

Subseries 1, Equipment Quotes, 1960-1977

Subseries 2, Operating Instructions and Parts Lists, 1934-1940s

Series 5, Diagrams and Drawings, 1924-1960, undated

Subseries 1, Wiring Diagrams, 1934-1956

Subseries 2, Drawings for Machines, 1924-1960

Subseries 3, Drafting Tools, undated

Series 6, Sales Records, 1924-1984

Subseries 1, Customer Sales Lists, 1951-1958

Subseries 2, Lamp Machinery Sales Records, 1929-1958

Subseries 3, Eisler Catalogs, 1924-1979

Subseries 4, Index cards for Eisler Engineering catalogs

Series 7, Litigation and Patents Records, 1897-1953

Subseries 1, Litigation Records, 1897 (bulk 1926-1929), 1949, 1953

Subseries 2, Patents, 1913-1931

Series 8, Photographs, 1942-1967

Subseries 1, By Machine Number, -1966

Subseries 2, CAMS, 1950-1967

Subseries 3, Timers, Jigs, Transformers, and Electrodes, 1952-1960

Subseries 4, Welders, 1944-1952

Subseries 5, Welders, Tips, and Jigs and Fixtures, 1944-1952

Subseries 6, Miscellaneous, 1944-1957

Series 9, Scrapbooks, 1916-1959

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Related Materials

Related Archival Materials note

Materials in the Archives Center

Kahle Engineering Company Records, 1930-1980 (AC0735), the successor company to Eisler Engineering

Materials in Other Organizations

Rutgers University Special Collections and University Archives have some Eisler Engineering Company trade literature in the Sinclair New Jersey Collection: New Jersey Trade Literature and Manufacturers’ Catalogs at http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/rul/libs/scua/sinclair/sinclair_main.shtml.

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Controlled Access Headings

Corporate Name(s)

  • General Electric Company.
  • Incandescent Lamp Manufacturer's Association.
  • Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company.

Genre(s)

  • Blueprints
  • Correspondence--19th-20th century
  • Photographs--20th century
  • Scrapbooks

Geographic Name(s)

  • Hungary
  • Newark (N.J.)

Personal Name(s)

  • Eisler, Charles

Subject(s)

  • Cams
  • Coils--electric
  • Electric lamp industry
  • Electric lamps
  • Electric lamps, Arc
  • Electric lighting
  • Electric transformers
  • Electrodes
  • Furnaces
  • Halogen incandescent lamps
  • Incandescent lamps
  • Jigs and fixtures
  • Laboratory--Furniture, equipment
  • Lamps
  • Litigation
  • Patents
  • Tubes
  • Tubes--welding
  • Vacuum pumps
  • Vacuum-tubes
  • Welding
  • Welding--Equipment and supplies

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Collection Inventory

 Series 1 : Personal Materials, 1944-1970

 Subseries 1: Passports and Naturalization Certificate, 1910-1970s

Box
1
Folder
1A

 Subseries 2: Photographs, 1912

Box
1
Folder
1B

 Subseries 3: Chronological Correspondence, 1946-1970

Box Folder

[Correspondence], 1946-1948, undated

1 1

[Correspondence], 1955-1959

1 2

[Correspondence], 1960

1 3

[Correspondence], 1961

1 4

[Correspondence], 1962

1 5

[Correspondence], 1963

1 6

[Correspondence], 1964-1965

1 7

[Correspondence], 1966-1967

1 8

[Correspondence], 1968-1970, undated

1 9

Charles Eisler (about his boat), 1960-1963

1 10

 Subseries 4: Alphabetical Correspondence, 1941-1969

Box Folder

Engle, Ignac, 1944-1946

1 11

Grunberger, Alexander and Gerle, 1947

1 12

Hannoch, Weisman, Myers, Stern & Besser (law firm), 1960-1965

1 13

Hannoch, Weisman, Myers, Stern & Besser (law firm), 1966-1969

1 14

Help Suffering Hungarians, 1956-1961

1 15

Istvan, Biro, 1946-1951

1 16

Ivanhoe by the Sea (Lobby Gift Shoppe), 1956-1962

1 17

Kadelburger, Joska, 1946

1 18

Mapletoft, Robert S., 1960-1965

1 19

Mars Travel Bureau, 1957

1 20

Pirani, M., 1957

1 20A

Public Safety, Department of (for Newark, NJ), 1941-1944, undated

1 21

Raritan Yacht Club, 1963-1964

1 22

Zilahy, Lajos, 1955-1962

1 23

 Subseries 5: Family and Friends Correspondence, 1956-1966

Box Folder

[Correspondence], 1956-1966, undated

1 24

[Correspondence], undated

1 25

 Subseries 6: Vacation information, 1951

Box
1
Folder
26

 Subseries 7: Financial information, 1960-1967

Box
1
Folder
27-28
Box
2
Folder
1-2

 Subseries 8: Medical Bills and Information, 1963-1967

Box
2
Folder
3

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 Series 2 : Business Materials, 1885, 1931-1985

 Subseries 1: Correspondence, 1946-1971

Box Folder

Jordan Baris, Inc. (realty), 1968

2 4

Besser and Company, 1946-1947, 1961

2 5

General Electric, 1956-1957

2 6

David T. Houston, 1962-1963

2 7

Charles Jennings, 1960-1964

2 8

Kuthe Laboratories, 1957-1959

2 10

Kuthe Laboratories, 1960-1965, undated

2 11

The Morris Agency, 1960

2 12

Richard Roemheld, 1960-1965

2 13

Frederick Rohatyn, 1958-1964

2 14

Martin Roth, 1952-1970

2 15-16

Anna and John Sedlacsik: Scientific Electric, 1959-1971

2 17

Louis Schlesinger, Co., 1960

2 18

Harry L. Schwartz, 1962-1969

2 19

Albert and Harvey Siegelman, 1960-1965

2 20

C.B. Snyder Realty, 1963-1965

2 21

Arthur Tuttle, 1964-1967

2 22

United Billiard, Inc., 1967

2 23

John Vaughan and Henry Fitts, 1961-1965

2 24

Well Built Manufacturing Company, 1956-1957

2 25

Receipts and orders for (utilities and repairs), 1966-1967, undated

2 26

Miscellaneous, undated

2 27

 Subseries 2: General Files, 1929-1985

Box Folder

Eisler Electric Corporation Report, 1929 December 31

42 1A

Advertisements for General Electric Solar Power, [undated?]

42 1

Incandescent lamp information, [undated?]

42 2

Incandescent Manufacturers Association (letterhead), undated

42 3

Invention, Inc., Weekly Patent Report, 1950

42 4

Mercury Vapor Lamp, undated

42 5

NASA Proposal for Energy Monitoring System, 1985

42 6

Vacuum Flask Manufacturing information, 1931-1950

42 7

 Subseries 3: Financial Information, 1931-1945

Box Folder

Corporate Income and Excess Profits Tax Returns, 1931-1934, 1937-1944

2 28

Franchise Tax Return, 1943

2 29

Internal Revenue Service correspondence, 1945

2 30
Box

Purchases (bound volume), 1944 January-1945 December

49

 Subseries 4: World War II Boards and Regulations, 1942-1946

Box
2
Folder
31
Box Folder

National War Labor Board, 1943-1944

2 32

War Manpower Commission-Ratings and Regulations, 1944-1945, undated

2 33

War Production Board-Plant operations, 1942-1946, undated

2 34

War Production Board-Inventory of used equipment and machinery, 1943-1944

2 35

War Department (Plant Protection Division) Inspection, 1942

2 36

War Savings Bonds, 1944-1945

2 37

Selective Service, 1945

2 38

 Subseries 5: Real Estate Holdings and Investments, 1932-1980

Box
2
Folder
39
Box Folder

Record of Real Estate-Ledger Sheets, 1952-1974

2 40

Avenue L Factory Building-Bills (A-F), 1933-1935

2 41

Avenue L Factory Building-Correspondence (Samuel Simon), 1932-1934

2 42

Electro Glass Company-Franchise tax return, 1940 and Capital stock tax returns, 1940-1941

2 43

Electronics Machine Company-Corporation Income and Excess Profits tax returns, 1936-1941

2 44

Electronics Machine Company-Franchise Tax returns, 1940-1941

2 45

Metal Manufacturing Company-Franchise tax Returns, 1934-1937, 1940-1941

2 46

Metal Manufacturing Company-Capital Stock Returns, 1934, 1940, 1941

2 47

Metal Manufacturing Company-Corporation Income and Excess Profits Tax Returns, 1936-1944

2 48

Oil Burner Division Capital Stock Returns, 1935, 1937-1944

2 49

Pitney-Bowes, Inc.-Rental contracts (mail meters), 1955-1956

2 50

Unity Machine Corporation-Franchise tax return, 1939

2 51

Urban Development action grant application and procedures, 1980

2 51

Wyoming Heights, Inc., Corporation-Income excess profits tax return, 1941

2 51

Canceled notes-Gustaf Hultin, 1938-1940

3 1

Canceled notes-Edward Losch, 1939-1945

3 2

Canceled notes-Nat Mains, 1939-1940

3 3

Canceled notes-Raytod Corporation (Raymond and T.J. Pitchell), 1937-1938

3 4

Canceled notes-Joseph Schreiner, 1937-1944

3 5

Canceled notes-Tibor Robert Stein, 1939-1940

3 6

Canceled notes-George Szekely, 1943

3 7

Canceled notes-Julius Szoke, 1932-1937

3 8

Canceled notes-George Zisch, 1938-1943

3 9

 Subseries 6: Articles, 1885-1962 (not inclusive)

Box Folder

Thomas Edison, Radio Address of Albert L. Vreeland of New Jersey, 1940

42 8

Van De Poele System of Electric Lighting , [1885?]

42 8

Transactions of the Illuminating Engineering Society , 1933 February

42 8

Gardinier, H.W.B.Machines for Electric Lamp Manufacture, 1962

42 9

 Subseries 7: Kahle Engineering, 1960-1982

Box Folder

Kahle Engineering Analytical Reports, 1960-1964

2 9

I-280 Information on Orange, NJ Armory Building, 1979-1980

42 10

I-280 Urban Renewal Corporation lease agreements, 1980-1982

42 11

I-280 Rental proposal for professional subpoena service, 1982

42 12

I-280 Rental proposal for W.M. Industries of NJ, 1982

42 13

I-280 Rental proposal for Royal Oxford, 1982

42 14

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 Series 3 : Employee/Personnel Records, 1940-1988

 Subseries 1: Personnel Files, 1940s-1960s

Box Folder

Abbaleo, Joseph, [undated]

3 10

Abbott, John, [undated]

3 11

Abner, Elmer, [undated]

3 12

Abidiwan, Joseph, [undated]

3 13

Acello, George, [undated]

3 14

Aczel, Alexander, [undated]

3 15

Adesky, Minnie, [undated]

3 16

Aksenov, Alexander, [undated]

3 17

Alancourt, Andrew, [undated]

3 18

Albiez, Leopold, [undated]

3 19

Alberti, Marie, [undated]

3 20

Albright, Harry, [undated]

3 21

Alexovits, Joseph, [undated]

3 22

Allen, Erich G. Sr., [undated]

3 23

Almeida, Luis, [undated]

3 24

Almeida, Nelson, [undated]

3 25

Alonzo, Victoria, [undated]

3 26

Alu, Ross, [undated]

3 27

Anderson, Bernard, [undated]

3 28

Anderson, Meta, [undated]

3 29

Anderson, Oscar, [undated]

3 30

Araneo, Chester, [undated]

3 31

Argalas, Joseph, [undated]

3 32

Armento, R. Rocco, [undated]

3 33

Arnold, Ann, [undated]

3 34

Arnold, W. George, [undated]

3 35

Aromolaran, Amos, [undated]

3 36

Ascough, Richard Lewis, [undated]

3 37

Augenstein, Otto, [undated]

3 38

Bach, Anders, [undated]

3 39

Bacenas, Edward, [undated]

3 40

Bader, Thomas, [undated]

3 41

Bailey, John G., [undated]

3 42

Bakonyi, Sandor, [undated]

3 43

Ballner, Artur, [undated]

3 44

Balsamo, Jack, [undated]

3 45

Baltrusaitis, Gustaf, [undated]

3 46

Bamber, Joseph, [undated]

3 47

Bamber, Teddy, [undated]

3 48

Bansemer, Lloyd, [undated]

3 49

Baranowski, Stanley, [undated]

3 50

Barany, Mary, [undated]

3 51

Barbara, Joseph, [undated]

3 52

Bartos, John, [undated]

3 53

Bartalonics, John, [undated]

3 54

Barsorsky, Audrej, [undated]

3 55

Bartosik, Stanley, [undated]

3 56

Bates, William, [undated]

3 57

Batterbury, William, [undated]

3 58

Baumer, Herbert, [undated]

3 59

Baumer, Joseph, [undated]

3 60

Baumer, Vivian, [undated]

3 61

Beall, Harriett, [undated]

3 62

Beaver, Charles B., [undated]

3 63

Beck, Sara, [undated]

3 64

Becker, Joseph, [undated]

3 65

Bedford, Clyde, [undated]

3 66

Beilin, William, [undated]

3 67

Beilis, Sarah, [undated]

3 68

Bell, John Ray, [undated]

3 69

Bella, Paul, [undated]

3 70

Bellamy, William, [undated]

3 71

Ben-Asher, Louis, [undated]

3 72

Berman, Philip, [undated]

3 73

Bertl, Louis, [undated]

3 74

Bevilacqua, John, [undated]

3 75

Bialczuk, Henry, [undated]

3 76

Bickauskas, William, [undated]

3 77

Bickler, Rutham, [undated]

3 78

Biebelberg, Rita, [undated]

3 79

Bilics, Alexander, [undated]

3 80

Biondo, Frank, [undated]

3 81

Blake, James, [undated]

3 82

Bloodgood, William, [undated]

3 83

Blunt, Ernest, [undated]

3 84

Bobcheck, Katherine, [undated]

3 85

Boberick, Ann, [undated]

3 86

Bodrogi, Clara, [undated]

3 87

Bodwell, Ray, [undated]

3 88

Boentgen, Else, [undated]

3 89

Bohne, George, [undated]

3 90

Bollaro, Anthony, [undated]

3 91

Bonkowski, Henry, [undated]

3 92

Bordenaro, Theresa, [undated]

3 93

Born, Bernard, [undated]

3 94

Bosa, Raymond, [undated]

3 95

Bower, Genieve, [undated]

3 96

Brannum, Mary, [undated]

3 97

Braun, Ruth, [undated]

3 98

Brayer, John, [undated]

3 99

Braz, Armando, [undated]

3 100

Brestler, Philip, [undated]

3 101

Breuner, Ernest, [undated]

3 102

Birch, Brian L., [undated]

3 103

Briner, Phyliss, [undated]

3 104

Brittingham, Harriet, [undated]

3 105

Britton, John, [undated]

3 106

Britz, Henry Heinz, [undated]

3 107

Brogan, George, [undated]

3 108

Brokofsky, Meyer, [undated]

3 109

Brosnan, Neil, [undated]

3 110

Brown, George, [undated]

3 111

Brown, Harold, [undated]

3 112

Brown, James, [undated]

3 113

Brueckner, Bruce, [undated]

3 114

Breuninger, Louis, [undated]

3 115

Brunka, Nicholas, [undated]

3 116

Bryant, John, [undated]

3 117

Budahazy, Kalman, [undated]

3 118

Budner, Henry, [undated]

3 119

Budner, Joseph, [undated]

3 120

Buehner, Karl J., [undated]

3 121

Bukont, Marion, [undated]

3 122

Bulat, George, [undated]

3 123

Buonopene, Emilio, [undated]

3 124

Burda, Marianna, [undated]

3 125

Burda, Theodore, [undated]

3 126

Burns, Hubert, [undated]

3 127

Burns, Vernice, [undated]

3 128

Burster, Joseph, [undated]

3 129

Burza, Madeline, [undated]

3 130

Bush, Haskell, [undated]

3 131

Buzzone, Joseph, [undated]

3 132

Bylinski, Edward, [undated]

3 133

Cachenos, L. Ruth (formerly Troy, L. Ruth), [undated]

4 1

Caldwell, Robert, [undated]

4 2

Calois, Thomas, [undated]

4 3

Campano, Anne, [undated]

4 4

Campano, Sophie, [undated]

4 5

Campell, Alexander, [undated]

4 6

Campbell, James, [undated]

4 7

Carmanna, Anthony, [undated]

4 8

Carmann, Jerry, [undated]

4 9

Carle, Henry, [undated]

4 10

Carlson, Carl, [undated]

4 11

Carlstadt, William, [undated]

4 12

Carpentier, George, [undated]

4 13

Carpenter, Henry, [undated]

4 14

Carroll, Joseph, [undated]

4 15

Carragher, Amelia, [undated]

4 16

Carter, Frank, [undated]

4 17

Castellano, Angel, [undated]

4 18

Cataldo, Thomas, [undated]

4 19

Cedola, Salvatore, [undated]

4 20

Ceglia, Salvatore, [undated]

4 21

Ciblatt, Albert, [undated]

4 22

Cicchino, Doris, [undated]

4 23

Cincola, Pasquale, [undated]

4 24

Clemente, James, [undated]

4 25

Clemente, Patricia, [undated]

4 26

Clinton, Walter, [undated]

4 27

Cloutier, Hormidas, [undated]

4 28

Colandro, Thomas, [undated]

4 29

Colberg, William, [undated]

4 30

Coleman, Frank, [undated]

4 31

Colins, Joseph, [undated]

4 32

Colon, Juan Roman, [undated]

4 33

Coimbra, Walter, [undated]

4 34

Confalone, Charles, [undated]

4 35

Conklin, Rutledge, [undated]

4 36

Connor, Arthur, [undated]

4 37

Connolly, Anthony, [undated]

4 38

Conover, Frederick, [undated]

4 39

Conrad, Roman, [undated]

4 40

Conway, Thomas, [undated]

4 41

Cooper, Walter, [undated]

4 42

Cordina, Anthony, [undated]

4 43

Cordinski, Joseph, [undated]

4 44

Correll, Alan, [undated]

4 45

Cortizas, Antonio, [undated]

4 46

Cosentino, Louis, [undated]

4 47

Costello, John, [undated]

4 48

Covucci, Alfred, [undated]

4 49

Cox, Charles, [undated]

4 50

Craig, William, [undated]

4 51

Craig, William Theodore, [undated]

4 52

Craney, James B., [undated]

4 53

Crawley, Roosevelt, [undated]

4 54

Creditor, Henry M., [undated]

4 55

Cress, Irving, [undated]

4 56

Crilley, Peter, [undated]

4 57

Crisafulli, Joseph, [undated]

4 58

Crittenden, Ever Linda, [undated]

4 59

Cronin, Timothy, [undated]

4 60

Csaszar, Frank, [undated]

4 61

Cummings, Ralph, [undated]

4 62

Curchod, Alfred, [undated]

4 63

Cutrale, Douglas Marjorie, [undated]

4 64

Czaplinski, Joseph, [undated]

4 65

Czar, John, [undated]

4 66

Dale, Marie, [undated]

4 67

D'Alessio, Ida, [undated]

4 68

Dancisin, Mary, [undated]

4 69

Daniels, Raney, [undated]

4 70

Daniel, John Wesley, [undated]

4 71

Dangler, Joseph E., [undated]

4 72

Dardani, William, [undated]

4 73

Davies, Eva, [undated]

4 74

Davis, Dorothy, [undated]

4 75

Davis, James Edward, [undated]

4 76

Davonski, Frank, [undated]

4 77

DeFede, Jerry, [undated]

4 78

De Freese, John, [undated]

4 79

Del Guercio, Leonard, [undated]

4 80

Del Guercio, Vito, [undated]

4 81

Delia, Angelina, [undated]

4 82

Delia, Ethel, [undated]

4 83

Dellaguzzo, Thomas, [undated]

4 84

De Luca, Salvatore, [undated]

4 85

De Lucia, Joseph, [undated]

4 86

De Lucia, Sebatiano, [undated]

4 87

De Lucia, Vito, [undated]

4 88

De Lucia, William Chris, [undated]

4 89

De Rogatis, Lawrence, [undated]

4 90

Del Russo, Rinaldo, [undated]

4 91

De Maso, Giovanni Rocco, [undated]

4 92

Demling, John, [undated]

4 93

Dendel, Sandor, [undated]

4 94

Dennis, Pierson, [undated]

4 95

Denniston, Mortimer, [undated]

4 96

Deroski, Walter, [undated]

4 97

Desprez, Donald, [undated]

4 98

Devereaux, Jerome, [undated]

4 99

De Vito, Mary, [undated]

4 100

Dewitt, Aurica, [undated]

4 101

Di Carlo, Concetta, [undated]

4 102

Dickson, William, [undated]

4 103

Di Fabritis, Samuel, [undated]

4 104

Dillon, Bernice, [undated]

4 105

Di Tommaso, Louis, [undated]

4 106

Doerschem, Walter H., [undated]

4 107

Dolphin, James R., [undated]

4 108

Donker, Henry, [undated]

4 109

Dorst, Robert, [undated]

4 110

Dougard, Alphonso, [undated]

4 111

Dowling, Edward, [undated]

4 112

Dral, Helen, [undated]

4 113

Drasphil, Victor, [undated]

4 114

Drewniany, Alex, [undated]

4 115

Driscoll, Robert E., [undated]

4 116

Drogon, Joseph, [undated]

4 117

Dubetis, Vincent, [undated]

4 118

Duchin, Rita, [undated]

4 119

Dunleavy, Andrew, [undated]

4 120

Dupuis, William, [undated]

4 121

Duran, Filemon, [undated]

4 122

Durham, Alfonso, [undated]

4 123

Dutkiewicz, Helen, [undated]

4 124

Duts, Joseph, [undated]

4 125

Dziedzic, Alfred F., [undated]

4 126

Dziedzic, Lottie, [undated]

4 127

Dziubaty, Theodore, [undated]

4 128

Eaton, David, [undated]

4 129

Eberle, Ana, [undated]

4 130

Efshantz, Sadie, [undated]

4 131

Einspruch, Rose, [undated]

4 132

Eisler, Charlene, [undated]

4 133

Eisler, Charles Jr., [undated]

4 134

Eisler, Charles Sr., [undated]

4 135

Eisler, David, [undated]

4 136

Eisler, Louis, [undated]

4 137

Ellison, Richard, [undated]

4 138

Ellsworth, Floyd, [undated]

4 139

English, John, [undated]

4 140

Epstein, Hyman, [undated]

4 141

Erdos, Vincent, [undated]

4 142

Erhardt, Emanuel, [undated]

4 143

Faber, Max, [undated]

4 144

Fabiano, Terry, [undated]

4 145

Fahey, Verna, [undated]

4 146

Falzarano, Patsy, [undated]

4 147

Fanning, Charles, [undated]

4 148

Farina, Fred, [undated]

4 149

Farsky, Margaret, [undated]

4 150

Fazio, Charles, [undated]

4 151

Ferrara, Louis, [undated]

4 152

Ferrick, Claire, [undated]

4 153

Ferrigno, Sebastian, [undated]

4 154

Ficzko, Benjamin, [undated]

4 155

Fiorentino, Marie, [undated]

4 156

Findon, Victor, [undated]

4 157

Fitzell, Ruth, [undated]

4 158

Fitzgerald, George, [undated]

4 159

Flax, Gussie, [undated]

4 160

Forlenza, Rose Marie, [undated]

4 161

Foster, Edward, [undated]

4 162

Fox, Michael, [undated]

4 163

Frank, David, [undated]

4 164

Freda, Giuseppe, [undated]

4 165

Freedman, Helen, [undated]

4 166

Freiwald, Herbert, [undated]

4 167

Frew, Joseph, [undated]

4 168

Frieberg, Helen, [undated]

4 169

Friedman, Gerson, [undated]

4 170

Frisco, Rosalie, [undated]

4 171

Frixel, Arno, [undated]

4 172

Frohlich, Ernest, [undated]

4 173

Fruchtbaum, Louis, [undated]

4 174

Fuerdedi, Ervin, [undated]

4 175

Gal, Armin, [undated]

4 176

Galloway, Harvey, [undated]

4 177

Gancarz, John, [undated]

4 178

Gardner, Samuel, [undated]

4 179

Garret, Murray, [undated]

4 180

Gasiorowski, Richard, [undated]

4 181

Gaudet, Charles, [undated]

4 182

Gauerke, Fritz, [undated]

4 183

Gee, L. Raymond, [undated]

4 184

Gegenheimer, Caroline, [undated]

4 185

Gentempo, Bessie, [undated]

4 186

George, Lehman, [undated]

4 187

Gerena, Secundino, [undated]

4 188

Germano, Tom, [undated]

4 189

Gersbach, Ferdinand, [undated]

4 190

Gerstenberger, Mark, [undated]

4 191

Giammanco, Frank, [undated]

4 192

Gibian, Helen J., [undated]

4 193

Gietter, Millicient, [undated]

4 194

Giglio, J. Salvatore, [undated]

4 195

Gilliam, Jesse, [undated]

4 196

Gilmore, Phillip, [undated]

4 197

Ginsburg, Philip, [undated]

4 198

Giudice, Michael, [undated]

4 199

Giuliano, Marion G., [undated]

4 200

Glick, Margaret Anna, [undated]

4 201

Glodzik, Wanda, [undated]

4 202

Golabek, Eugene, [undated]

4 203

Goldin, Herman, [undated]

4 204

Goldman, Nathan, [undated]

4 205

Goldman, Samuel, [undated]

4 206

Gonshak, Jack, [undated]

4 207

Gordon, Frank, [undated]

4 208

Gordon, Richard, [undated]

4 209

Gordon, William, [undated]

4 210

Gottleib, John, [undated]

4 211

Gould, George, [undated]

5 1

Gould, Ronald, [undated]

5 2

Goy, John, [undated]

5 3

Graboski, John, [undated]

5 4

Grant, Chester, [undated]

5 5

Grauvogl, Max, [undated]

5 6

Graves, Harry, [undated]

5 7

Gray, James, [undated]

5 8

Gray, Moses Charles, [undated]

5 9

Greenberg, Barbara, [undated]

5 10

Greenberg, Charlie, [undated]

5 11

Greubel, William, [undated]

5 12

Griggs, Blanche, [undated]

5 13

Grimm, John, [undated]

5 14

Graf, Betty Jane, [undated]

5 15

Grossman, M. Paul, [undated]

5 16

Gross, Irving, [undated]

5 17

Grubet, Erich, [undated]

5 18

Gulacsy, Otto, [undated]

5 19

Gulli, Cammilleo, [undated]

5 20

Haderer, Robert, [undated]

5 21

Halligan, John, [undated]

5 22

Hamilton, Charles, [undated]

5 23

Hamilton, Thomas, [undated]

5 24

Hammond, John, [undated]

5 25

Hampton, Harry, [undated]

5 26

Handler, Helen, [undated]

5 27

Harris, Lydia, [undated]

5 28

Harris, Robert Gene, [undated]

5 29

Hill, Donald P., [undated]

5 30

Harris, Charles F., [undated]

5 31

Harrison, Gertrude M., [undated]

5 32

Harrison, Leon, [undated]

5 33

Harvey, McKinley, [undated]

5 34

Haskell, Willard, [undated]

5 35

Hawkins, Money, [undated]

5 36

Hawthorne, Chico, [undated]

5 37

Heilbroun, Theodore, [undated]

5 38

Heimall, Christian, [undated]

5 39

Heinold, Charles, [undated]

5 40

Henry, James, [undated]

5 41

Herman, Stephen, [undated]

5 42

Hermann, Walter, [undated]

5 43

Herr, Alexander, [undated]

5 44

Heymach, Elmer, [undated]

5 45

Heymach, Harold, [undated]

5 46

Higgins, Patrick, [undated]

5 47

Hills, Curtis, L., [undated]

5 48

Hirsch, Ernst, [undated]

5 49

Hliwa, Peter, [undated]

5 50

Hodgson, W. Harry, [undated]

5 51

Hoferer, Louis, [undated]

5 52

Hoff, Betty, [undated]

5 53

Hoffman, George, [undated]

5 54

Hoffmeister, Anna, [undated]

5 55

Hoffmesiter, William, [undated]

5 56

Hollander, Rhoda, [undated]

5 57

Hood, Joseph, [undated]

5 58

Hornak, Alverta, [undated]

5 59

Hornig, Martin, [undated]

5 60

Horvath, Steve, [undated]

5 61

Horwarth, Joseph, [undated]

5 62

Hosonitz, Frank, [undated]

5 63

Howard, Edgar, [undated]

5 64

Hrubic, George, [undated]

5 65

Hrusovsky, John, [undated]

5 66

Huck, George, [undated]

5 67

Hudes, Joseph, [undated]

5 68

Hudson, Bruce, [undated]

5 69

Hufnagel, Hans H., [undated]

5 70

Hughes, Joseph, [undated]

5 71

Hughes, Ralph, [undated]

5 72

Hughes, Thomas, [undated]

5 73

Hultquist, Charles, [undated]

5 74

Husserl, Leo, [undated]

5 75

Hutyra, Stanley, [undated]

5 76

Hvasta, John, [undated]

5 77

Iatesta, Michael, [undated]

5 78

Ingra, Charles, [undated]

5 79

Ingra, Kenneth, [undated]

5 80

Istavan, Apati, [undated]

5 81

Iverson, Norman, [undated]

5 82

Jackson, Maynard, [undated]

5 83

Jacob, Kenneth, [undated]

5 84

Jacobus, Walter G., [undated]

5 85

Jacoby, Carl, [undated]

5 86

Jakobowicz, Arie, [undated]

5 87

James, Dennis, [undated]

5 88

James, Harry, [undated]

5 89

James, Joseph C., [undated]

5 90

Januszeski, Frank, [undated]

5 91

Jaworski, Leocadia, [undated]

5 92

Jeranek (Hyde), Marie H., [undated]

5 93

Jeskin, Louis, [undated]

5 94

Joel, Charlotte, [undated]

5 95

Johannsen, Henry L., [undated]

5 96

Johnson, Charles, [undated]

5 97

Johnson, Florence, [undated]

5 98

Johnson, Simon, [undated]

5 99

Jonas, Julius, [undated]

5 100

Jordan, Henry, [undated]

5 101

Jordan, William, [undated]

5 102

Joule, William, [undated]

5 103

Joyner, Nathaniel, [undated]

5 104

Justin, James, [undated]

5 105

Kaes, Edward, [undated]

5 106

Kaplan, Sam, [undated]

5 107

Kappmeyer, Bernhard, [undated]

5 108

Karas, Stephan, [undated]

5 109

Karlson, Charles, [undated]

5 110

Kaliske, Herbert, [undated]

5 111

Karch, John, [undated]

5 112

Karrass, Paul, [undated]

5 113

Kase, Walter, [undated]

5 114

Kashak, Samuel, [undated]

5 115

Kastner, Henry, [undated]

5 116

Katz, William, [undated]

5 117

Kaufman, Louis, [undated]

5 118

Kawalec, Mary, [undated]

5 119

Kean, Mollie, [undated]

5 120

Keane, Michael, [undated]

5 121

Keen, John, [undated]

5 122

Kehrer, Ernest, [undated]

5 123

Kelleher, Claire, [undated]

5 124

Kelley, Audrey, [undated]

5 125

Kenny, Peter, [undated]

5 126

Kent, Otto, [undated]

5 127

Kiefer, Fred, [undated]

5 128

Kiefer, William, [undated]

5 129

Kiewisz, Peter, [undated]

5 130

King, Raymond D., [undated]

5 131

Kingdon, Howard, [undated]

5 132

Kirajenko, Iwan, [undated]

5 133

Kirchner, Margaret, [undated]

5 134

Kirklewski, Otto, [undated]

5 135

Kiseleski, Joseph, [undated]

5 136

Kiselyk, John, [undated]

5 137

Kiselyk, Katherine, [undated]

5 138

Kiss, Ernest, [undated]

5 139

Kissell, Robert Edward, [undated]

5 140

Kizer, Donald, [undated]

5 141

Klein, Alex, [undated]

5 142

Klein, Margaret, [undated]

5 143

Klein, Rudolph, [undated]

5 144

Klem, Walter, [undated]

5 145

Klipphahn, Fred, [undated]

5 146

Klotz, Charles Fred, [undated]

5 147

Kocherha, Andrew, [undated]

5 148

Kohke, Francis E., [undated]

5 149

Kolber, Samuel, [undated]

5 150

Konz, Louis, [undated]

5 151

Kopcuick, Joan, [undated]

5 152

Kopson, Stephen, [undated]

5 153

Koschel, John, [undated]

5 154

Kotchkowski, Theodore, [undated]

5 155

Kovacs, Steve, [undated]

5 156

Kowalezuk, Josephine, [undated]

5 157

Kowalski, Jane, [undated]

5 158

Kowalski, Sigmund, [undated]

5 159

Koza, Peter, [undated]

5 160

Kozak, Lillian, [undated]

5 161

Kozickie, Mary, [undated]

5 162

Kraemer, Harold, [undated]

5 163

Kramer, Otto, [undated]

5 164

Kratochwill, Joseph, [undated]

5 165

Kreinberg, Janet, [undated]

5 166

Kulpa, Henry, [undated]

5 167

Kurilla, Stephen, [undated]

5 168

Kurzinski, Anna, [undated]

5 169

Kutalik, Leslie, [undated]

5 170

Kruk, John, [undated]

5 171

Krutak, Charlie, [undated]

5 172

Krynitsky, Stephen, [undated]

5 173

Lachotzky, Manfred, [undated]

5 174

Lackey, Harry, [undated]

5 175

Lahey, Charles, [undated]

5 176

Lair, William, [undated]

5 177

La Luna, Caesar, [undated]

5 178

Lancaster, Robert, [undated]

5 179

Lange, John, [undated]

5 180

Lantos, Barbara, [undated]

5 181

Lastella, Carmine, [undated]

5 182

Laszczik, Elemer, [undated]

5 183

Laub, Julius, [undated]

5 184

Laverty, Rose Theresa, [undated]

5 185

Lawrence, George, [undated]

5 186

Lawrowycz, Roman, [undated]

5 187

Lazeration, George, [undated]

5 188

Leanza, Fred, [undated]

5 189

Leclercq, Gilbert, [undated]

5 190

Leff, Cynthia, [undated]

5 191

Lehman, Gus, [undated]

5 192

Lehman, Gustav, [undated]

5 193

Le Moine, Leon, [undated]

5 194

Lerner, Benjamin, [undated]

5 195

Levin, George, [undated]

5 196

Le Vorse, Angelo, [undated]

5 197

Levy, Hans, [undated]

5 198

Lewis, Marion, [undated]

5 199

Lewis, Thomas, [undated]

5 200

Librizzi, Frank, [undated]

5 201

Librizzi, Joseph, [undated]

5 202

Linder, Dorothy, [undated]

5 203

Lion, Alexander, [undated]

5 204

Lipschutz, Ruth, [undated]

5 205

Litvack, Morton, [undated]

5 206

Londono, Gustavo, [undated]

6 1

Lorence, George, [undated]

6 2

Ludwig, William John, [undated]

6 3

Luke, Henry, [undated]

6 4

Lustig, Alfred, [undated]

6 5

Lustig, Fritz, [undated]

6 6

Lutchko, John, [undated]

6 7

Lutz, William, [undated]

6 8

McAllister, Thomas, [undated]

6 9

McBurney, Viola, [undated]

6 10

McCann, William`, [undated]

6 11

McClenton, Wiley, [undated]

6 12

McConnell, Christopher, [undated]

6 13

McCoy, Joseph, [undated]

6 14

McCraw, Henry, [undated]

6 15

McDevitt, A. Thomas, [undated]

6 16

McDonald, William, [undated]

6 17

McDougall, Albert, [undated]

6 18

McGuiness, Raymond, [undated]

6 19

McIlvride, Jean, [undated]

6 20

McKenzie, Malcolm, [undated]

6 21

McKenzie, Walter, [undated]

6 22

McKiernan, Robert, [undated]

6 23

McKinney, Edward, [undated]

6 24

McKinnley, Manuel, [undated]

6 25

McLain, Milton, [undated]

6 26

McLaughlin, Elizabeth, [undated]

6 27

McLeish, Olaf, [undated]

6 28

McMahon, H. John, [undated]

6 29

McMillian, Charles, [undated]

6 30

Macaluso, Sam, [undated]

6 31

Macauley, Elwood, [undated]

6 32

MacDonald, Robert, [undated]

6 33

MacPhee, Allan, [undated]

6 34

Magnotta, Leo, [undated]

6 35

Magnuson, Anne, [undated]

6 36

Maher, Edward J., [undated]

6 37

Maier, Kurt, [undated]

6 38

Majores, John, [undated]

6 39

Majors, John, [undated]

6 40

Malango. Gerardo, [undated]

6 41

Malarek, Michael, [undated]

6 42

Malinoff, John, [undated]

6 43

Maltz, Leo, [undated]

6 44

Mancuso, Frank, [undated]

6 45

Mandall, Raymond, [undated]

6 46

Mandy, Charles, [undated]

6 47

Mangerio, Arthur, [undated]

6 48

Mangino, Michael, [undated]

6 49

Manian, William, [undated]

6 50

Mankiewicz, Anthony, [undated]

6 51

Mankiewicz, John, [undated]

6 52

Marcantonio, Joseph, [undated]

6 53

Marcus, Alvin, [undated]

6 54

Margolis, Albert, [undated]

6 55

Marhoffer, Steve, [undated]

6 56

Marrus, Beatrice, [undated]

6 57

Marschner, Albert, [undated]

6 58

Martell, Raymond, [undated]

6 59

Martin, William, [undated]

6 60

Marquis, Bertha, [undated]

6 61

Masi, Jerry, [undated]

6 62

Masi, Carmella, [undated]

6 63

Masino, Gail, [undated]

6 64

Mason, Frank, [undated]

6 65

Matthews, William, [undated]

6 66

Matus, Rose Marie, [undated]

6 67

Mauriello, George, [undated]

6 68

Maxwell, Earl, [undated]

6 69

May, Edward, [undated]

6 70

May, Lenwood, [undated]

6 71

Mayer, Gustave, [undated]

6 72

Mazur, Wasyl, [undated]

6 73

Medey, Steven, [undated]

6 74

Mehl, Charles, [undated]

6 75

Mendelsohn, Grace, [undated]

6 76

Mercado, Rafael, [undated]

6 77

Merentino, Philip, [undated]

6 78

Mesics, Stephen, [undated]

6 79

Meyer, Edward, [undated]

6 80

Meyer, Fred, [undated]

6 81

Mieszowski, Stella, [undated]

6 82

Migton, Mary, [undated]

6 83

Mladenovic, Miljenko "Michael", [undated]

6 84

Milak, Joseph, [undated]

6 85

Miller, Irene, [undated]

6 86

Miller, Irving, [undated]

6 87

Miller, Philip, [undated]

6 88

Milligan, Archibald, [undated]

6 89

Minarchin, Michael, [undated]

6 90

Miserendino, Josephine, [undated]

6 91

Misewich, Adolph, [undated]

6 92

Mitchell, William (Laborer), [undated]

6 93

Mitchell, William (Maintenance Dept./Laborer), [undated]

6 94

Molinaro, Thomas, [undated]

6 95

Molnar, Steve, [undated]

6 96

Montanino, Anthony, [undated]

6 97

Montgomery, Paul, [undated]

6 98

Monticciolo, Joseph, [undated]

6 99

Moody, James Davis, [undated]

6 100

Moody, James, [undated]

6 101

Mooney, Catherine, [undated]

6 102

Moravek, John, [undated]

6 103

Moravek, Stella, [undated]

6 104

Morgan, Charles, [undated]

6 105

Morgan, Jean, [undated]

6 106

Morick, Joseph A., [undated]

6 107

Moritz, Charles, [undated]

6 108

Morrison, Victor, [undated]

6 109

Mosely, Daniel, [undated]

6 110

Mount, Julius, [undated]

6 111

Mrozek, Paul, [undated]

6 112

Mueller, Dorothy, [undated]

6 113

Muller, Jeanne, [undated]

6 114

Muller, Robert, [undated]

6 115

Muncy, Florence, [undated]

6 116

Murphy, Catherine, [undated]

6 117

Murphy, Haywood, [undated]

6 118

Murphy, James D., [undated]

6 119

Murray, John, [undated]

6 120

Muzyka, Sue, [undated]

6 121

Myers, Kay, [undated]

6 122

Mysynski, Chester, [undated]

6 123

Mysko, John, [undated]

6 124

Nagel, Hans, [undated]

6 125

Nagy, Stephen, [undated]

6 126

Napier, James, [undated]

6 127

Naschak, John, Sr., [undated]

6 128

Nasimento, Vincente, [undated]

6 129

Nauyoks, Frederick, [undated]

6 130

Nawotnick, William, [undated]

6 131

Neiman, Ruth Ray, [undated]

6 132

Nerod, Charles, [undated]

6 133

Neuhauser, George, [undated]

6 134

Neumann, Reinhold, [undated]

6 135

Neuweiller, Ella, [undated]

6 136

Newton, Alvin, [undated]

6 137

Nichols, J. William, [undated]

6 138

Nilon, William, [undated]

6 139

Niranjan, Patel, [undated]

6 140

Nitkin, Paul, [undated]

6 141

Nolan, Michael J., [undated]

6 142

Nold, Emmy, [undated]

6 143

Norman, Cecil A., [undated]

6 144

Notte, John, [undated]

6 145

Novak, Leon, [undated]

6 146

Novick, Constantine, [undated]

6 147

Nowowiejski, Helen, [undated]

6 148

Noyce, Raymond, [undated]

6 149

Nowak, Stephan, [undated]

6 150

Oaklander, Judith, [undated]

6 151

O'Brien, Anne, [undated]

6 152

O'Donnell, Thomas, [undated]

6 153

Oehling, C. Richard, [undated]

6 154

Ofsak, Serafin, [undated]

6 155

Ohlmann, Arthur, [undated]

6 156

Olejar, John, [undated]

6 157

O'Rourke, Joseph, [undated]

6 158

Orto, Frank, [undated]

6 159

Osborne, Helen, [undated]

6 160

Othman, Lobl, [undated]

6 161

Ott, Louis, [undated]

6 162

Pace, Thomas, [undated]

6 163

Page, Anna, [undated]

6 164

Pajak, Witold, [undated]

6 165

Panas, Walter, [undated]

6 166

Paolella, Concetta, [undated]

6 167

Pap, Saverio, [undated]

6 168

Pappageorge, James, [undated]

6 169

Paprcka, A. Richard, [undated]

6 170

Parisi, Josephine, [undated]

6 171

Parker, Charles, [undated]

6 172

Parillo, Geraldine, [undated]

6 173

Pugsley, Donald, [undated]

6 174

Partington, Thomas, [undated]

6 175

Paul, Barbara Wolf, [undated]

6 176

Peake, Frank, [undated]

7 1

Pearson, John, [undated]

7 2

Pearman, Lynden, [undated]

7 3

Pearson, Eugene, [undated]

7 4

Pek, George, [undated]

7 5

Pekershy, Mark, [undated]

7 6

Pelaia, Louis, [undated]

7 7

Pennucci, Evelyan, [undated]

7 8

Perfetto, Caroline, [undated]

7 9

Perrone, John, [undated]

7 10

Person, E., [undated]

7 11

Petsch, Harry, [undated]

7 12

Pfister, Clarence, [undated]

7 13

Philhower, Margaret, [undated]

7 14

Phillips, Eugene, [undated]

7 15

Phipps, Ernest, [undated]

7 16

Phipps, Solomon, [undated]

7 17

Picton, Herbert, [undated]

7 18

Piech, J. Henry, [undated]

7 19

Pierce, Chester Gene, [undated]

7 20

Pieskie, Robert, [undated]

7 21

Pino, Salvatore, [undated]

7 22

Pitak, Alfons, [undated]

7 23

Pizzinsso, Salvatore, [undated]

7 24

Plaia, Joan, [undated]

7 25

Plavka, John, [undated]

7 26

Podlas, Joseph, [undated]

7 27

Pollock, Ralph, [undated]

7 28

Ponty, Steve, [undated]

7 29

Poperak, John, [undated]

7 30

Popiolek, Kazimierz, [undated]

7 31

Pouncey, William, [undated]

7 32

Popper, Max, [undated]

7 33

Porter, Hugh, [undated]

7 34

Posmitniy, Alex, [undated]

7 35

Potters, Milton, [undated]

7 36

Povazsay, Gera, [undated]

7 37

Praino, Thomas, [undated]

7 38

Pribelsky, Loszlo, [undated]

7 39

Price, Chester, [undated]

7 40

Prokschyc, Wasili, [undated]

7 41

Prosuk, Mary, [undated]

7 42

Przedpelski, George, [undated]

7 43

Przedpelski, John, [undated]

7 44

Psalidas, Dimitroes, [undated]

7 45

Pstrangoski, Bruno, [undated]

7 46

Puglisse, Thomas Paul, [undated]

7 47

Purzynski, Helen, [undated]

7 48

Puszko, John A., [undated]

7 49

Quinn, Joseph, [undated]

7 50

Radin, Sam, [undated]

7 51

Ragone, Anthony, [undated]

7 52

Rahmig, Bertha, [undated]

7 53

Raimo, Martha, [undated]

7 54

Rannis, Phillip, [undated]

7 55

Ransome, Daniel, [undated]

7 56

Raymond, Theodore, [undated]

7 57

Read, Cyril, [undated]

7 58

Reevie, Alex, [undated]

7 59

Regienczuk, Anthony Joseph, [undated]

7 60

Reilly, Helen, [undated]

7 61

Riera, John, [undated]

7 62

Remollino, Rocco, [undated]

7 63

Repka, Charles, [undated]

7 64

Reusch, Paul, [undated]

7 65

Reyes, Edna, [undated]

7 66

Rhodes, F. George, [undated]

7 67

Rhodes, John, [undated]

7 68

Rimli, Robert, [undated]

7 69

Ritchie, Francis, [undated]

7 70

Riter, William, [undated]

7 71

Ritter, Charles, [undated]

7 72

Rivera, Victor, [undated]

7 73

Roberts, Thomas, [undated]

7 74

Rodola, Daniel, [undated]

7 75

Roll, Alice, [undated]

7 76

Rolle, Mary Lou, [undated]

7 77

Roller, Joseph Bart, [undated]

7 78

Rone, Gloria Helen, [undated]

7 79

Rose, Vincent, [undated]

7 80

Rosenbach, Gustave, [undated]

7 81

Rosenbaum, Frederika, [undated]

7 82

Rosenberg, Lorraine, [undated]

7 83

Roth, W. Cornelius, [undated]

7 84

Rothenburg, Alfred, [undated]

7 85

Rozsics, Gabriel, [undated]

7 86

Ruggiero, Ralph G., [undated]

7 87

Ruppel, Evelyn, [undated]

7 88

Rusin, John, [undated]

7 89

Rybak, Martin, [undated]

7 90

Rykowski, Paul, [undated]

7 91

Sabbath, Frank, [undated]

7 92

Sabel, Philip, [undated]

7 93

Sabo, John, [undated]

7 94

Sachs, Arthur, [undated]

7 95

Saffer, Albert, [undated]

7 96

Saffrey, Charles H., [undated]

7 97

Salerno, Edward Aurelio, [undated]

7 98

Salerno, Michael D., [undated]

7 99

Sangster, Robert, [undated]

7 100

Santangelo, Fred, [undated]

7 101

Satin, Irving E., [undated]

7 102

Saux, Frank, [undated]

7 103

Savini, Stella, [undated]

7 104

Schadenko, Steve, [undated]

7 105

Scharin, Lorraine, [undated]

7 106

Schenkel, Gerald, [undated]

7 107

Schirmer, John, [undated]

7 108

Schlanger, Erna, [undated]

7 109

Schlanger, Jack, [undated]

7 110

Schmalzigan, Robert E., [undated]

7 111

Schmidtberg, Fred E., [undated]

7 112

Schmidt, Ray E., [undated]

7 113

Schmitt, Walburga E., [undated]

7 114

Schneider, Joseph, [undated]

7 115

Schneller, Max, [undated]

7 116

Schultz, Bernard, [undated]

7 117

Schuricht, Richard, [undated]

7 118

Schulz, Fred, [undated]

7 119

Schwager, Otto, [undated]

7 120

Schwartz, Ethel, [undated]

7 121

Schwarz, Herrman G., [undated]

7 122

Schwarz, Sidney, [undated]

7 123

Schwartzman, Alex, [undated]

7 124

Schwarzkopf, Anthony, [undated]

7 125

Schwitalla, Arthur, [undated]

7 126

Sciarrillo, Cosmo, [undated]

7 127

Sczepura, Leonard, [undated]

7 128

Seel, Kurt, [undated]

7 129

Seelbach, Mary, [undated]

7 130

Segall, Arthur, [undated]

7 131

Seiser, John G., [undated]

7 132

Seliga, Steve, [undated]

7 133

Senna, Nancy, [undated]

7 134

Senneca, Michael, [undated]

7 135

Sereika, Joseph, [undated]

7 136

Sharpe, James Oliver, [undated]

7 137

Shlonchiki, Simcha, [undated]

7 138

Sheppard, Clarence, [undated]

7 139

Shields, Edward J., [undated]

7 140

Short, Mary, [undated]

7 141

Siegel, Ruth, [undated]

7 142

Siewierski, John, [undated]

7 143

Sikers, Sylvester, [undated]

7 144

Silla, Antonette, [undated]

7 145

Silla, Thomas, [undated]

7 146

Silva, Manuel, [undated]

7 147

Silver, Clarence, [undated]

7 148

Silver, Martin, [undated]

7 149

Simo, John, [undated]

7 150

Simon, Ralph, [undated]

7 151

Singer, Philip, [undated]

7 152

Sinisi, Bernie, [undated]

7 153

Skinner, Edward, [undated]

7 154

Sklarey, Dave, [undated]

7 155

Skrobick, Elizabeth, [undated]

7 156

Skwiez, Jan, [undated]

7 157

Sladek, Joseph, [undated]

7 158

Smishkewytsch, Bohdan, [undated]

7 159

Smith, Elsie K., [undated]

7 160

Smith, Joseph, [undated]

7 161

Smith, Marion, [undated]

7 162

Smith, William, [undated]

7 163

Snider, Barbara, [undated]

7 164

Snow, Louise, [undated]

7 165

Sobin, Edward, [undated]

7 166

Sobin, Franklin, [undated]

7 167

Sokol, Jerome, [undated]

7 168

Solchanyk, Bohdan, [undated]

7 169

Sorber, Hazel, [undated]

7 170

Spagnolia, Alexander, [undated]

7 171

Spora, William, [undated]

7 172

Staczek, Boleslaw, [undated]

7 173

Stadlin, Walter, [undated]

7 174

Stanczyk, Marion, [undated]

7 175

Standt, Kurt Hermann, [undated]

7 176

Staskewicz, Edward, [undated]

7 177

Stawash, Joseph, [undated]

7 178

Steffery, William, [undated]

7 179

Steigert, Margaret, [undated]

7 180

Stejakoski, George, [undated]

7 181

Stensel, Robert, [undated]

7 182

Stern, Joseph, [undated]

7 183

Stevens, Chester, [undated]

7 184

Still, Timothy, [undated]

7 185

Stonaker, John, [undated]

7 186

Stopa, Henry, [undated]

7 187

Storm, Leona, [undated]

7 188

Stover, Warren Mitchell, [undated]

7 189

Stromp, William, [undated]

7 190

Stydocker, John, [undated]

7 191

Sukowski, Sophia, [undated]

7 192

Sullivan, Frances, [undated]

7 193

Sunbury, Milton, [undated]

7 194

Suszkowski, John, [undated]

7 195

Sutton, John D., [undated]

7 196

Swider, John, [undated]

7 197

Switana, John, [undated]

7 198

Szabo, Ann, [undated]

7 199

Szabo, John, [undated]

7 200

Szalonkiewicz, Mary, [undated]

7 201

Szalapski, Stansilaw, [undated]

7 202

Tamburo, Tom, [undated]

8 1

Tangredi, Michael, [undated]

8 2

Tarascio, Louis, [undated]

8 3

Tarczynski, Stefan, [undated]

8 4

Teller, Joseph, [undated]

8 5

Terrell, Thomas C., [undated]

8 6

Testa, Rose, [undated]

8 7

Tetar, Ignatius, [undated]

8 8

Tetar, John, [undated]

8 9

Theuer, Louis, [undated]

8 10

Thomas, Eugene, [undated]

8 11

Thomas, Russell Lowell, [undated]

8 12

Thomas, Selvia, [undated]

8 13

Thomas, Vincent, [undated]

8 14

Thorpe, James, [undated]

8 15

Tirelia, Joseph, [undated]

8 16

Todriff, William, [undated]

8 17

Toler, John, [undated]

8 18

Topolenski, Stanley, [undated]

8 19

Torlucci, Joseph, [undated]

8 20

Tortoriello, Vincent, [undated]

8 21

Tortoriello, William, [undated]

8 22

Tortoriello, William Francis, [undated]

8 23

Toth, John, [undated]

8 24

Townsend, Ruth Marie, [undated]

8 25

Trammell, Hosea, [undated]

8 26

Trask, Ned, [undated]

8 27

Trautvetter, Anna, [undated]

8 28

Trimpin, Jack D., [undated]

8 29

Troy, June, [undated]

8 30

Turner, Ozie, [undated]

8 31

Tylus, Bronislaw, [undated]

8 32

Urban, George, [undated]

8 33

Vaas, Carl, [undated]

8 34

Vacca, John, [undated]

8 35

Van Jones, Thomas, [undated]

8 36

Van Ness, Richard, [undated]

8 37

Vargo, William, [undated]

8 38

Vaugh, John, [undated]

8 39

Vetter, Eugene, [undated]

8 40

Viemann, Landislaus, [undated]

8 41

Vincent, James, [undated]

8 42

Vinci, Forthnato, [undated]

8 43

Vinciguerra, Jennie, [undated]

8 44

Visotski, August, [undated]

8 45

Vitale, Tony, [undated]

8 46

Vlatkowski, Tessie, [undated]

8 47

Vogler, Otto, [undated]

8 48

Wachtel, Hildegard, [undated]

8 49

Walker, Ronald Edward, [undated]

8 50

Wanat, Bessie, [undated]

8 51

Waniel, John, [undated]

8 52

Ward, Robert, [undated]

8 53

Washington, Arthur, [undated]

8 54

Washington, Edward, [undated]

8 55

Washington, Ivory, [undated]

8 56

Wasilewicz, Teddy, [undated]

8 57

Watt, Fred, [undated]

8 58

Wayman, Mary Ewing, [undated]

8 59

Weaver, John, [undated]

8 60

Weaver, William, [undated]

8 61

Weckerle, Max, [undated]

8 62

Weinstein, Isidore, [undated]

8 63

Welch, William, [undated]

8 64

Wells, Donald B., [undated]

8 65

Wescoat, Dewilton E., [undated]

8 66

Weskerna, Fred, [undated]

8 67

Wesley, Wardell, [undated]

8 68

Whipp, George, [undated]

8 69

White, George, [undated]

8 70

White, James, [undated]

8 71

Wiedermeyer, Anna, [undated]

8 72

Wiley, Robert Lester, [undated]

8 73

Williams, Eledger, [undated]

8 74

Williams, Vernon, [undated]

8 75

Wimberley, Kramer, [undated]

8 76

Williams, William, [undated]

8 77

Wilson, Benny, [undated]

8 78

Wilson, Herbert, [undated]

8 79

Winant, Hervey, [undated]

8 80

Wohinz, Frank, [undated]

8 81

Wojtkowsky, John, [undated]

8 82

Wolf, David, [undated]

8 83

Wong, Ashburne, [undated]

8 84

Woronczuk, Wadym, [undated]

8 85

Wosnsik, Frank, [undated]

8 86

Wozniak, William, [undated]

8 87

Wright, Harold, [undated]

8 88

Wright, John, [undated]

8 89

Wurzbach, Fred, [undated]

8 90

Wynn, Fred, [undated]

8 91

Yankunas, John, [undated]

8 92

Yannone, Philip, [undated]

8 93

Yazinski, Lawrence, [undated]

8 94

Yeh, Paul P., [undated]

8 95

Yoblonsky, Francine, [undated]

8 96

Yochim, Charles, [undated]

8 97

York, Robert, [undated]

8 98

Yukubaitis, Joseph, [undated]

8 99

Zalan-Korossy, Alexander, [undated]

8 100

Zduniewicz, John, [undated]

8 101

Zeitz, Eugen, [undated]

8 102

Zenkevics, Vasilijs, [undated]

8 103

Zeno, Katherine, [undated]

8 104

Zetzche, Arthur M., [undated]

8 105

Ziff, Jane, [undated]

8 106

Zimmerman, Erwin, [undated]

8 107

Zito, Ernest, [undated]

8 108

 Subseries 2: Accident Reports, 1958-1988

Box Folder

[Accident reports], 1958

8 109

[Accident reports], 1959

8 110

[Accident reports], 1960

8 111

[Accident reports], 1961

8 112

[Accident reports], 1962

8 113

[Accident reports], 1963

8 114

[Accident reports], 1966

8 115

[Accident reports], 1967

8 116

[Accident reports], 1968-1969

8 117

[Accident reports], 1970-1972

8 118

[Accident reports], 1973-1976

8 119

[Accident reports], 1977-1978

8 120

[Accident reports], 1979-1988

8 121

Injuries and Illnesses, 1971-1978, 1971-1978

9 1

 Subseries 3: Lists of employee names, 1957-1977, undated

Box
9
Folder
2

 Subseries 4: Service years and anniversaries, 1955-1970

Box
9
Folder
3

 Subseries 5: Union (IUE AFL-CIO) agreements and contracts, 1942-1957, undated

Box
9
Folder
4

 Subseries 6: Benefits (health and pension), 1957-1967, undated

Box
9
Folder
5

 Subseries 7: Deceased employees, 1946-1951

Box
9
Folder
6

 Subseries 8: Payroll Information, 1940-1973

Box Folder

Blank forms, undated

8 7

[Payroll information], 1955-1973, undated

8 8

Salary summary, 1940

8 9

 Subseries 9: Electrical License Course, undated

Box
9
Folder
10

 Subseries 10: Department of Labor, 1944-1956

Box Folder

Employment reports, 1944-1946

8 11

Public contracts and minimum wage determinations, 1956

8 12

 Subseries 11: Miscellaneous, undated

Box
9
Folder
13

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 Series 4 : Operational Records, 1934-1977

 Subseries 1: Equipment Quotes, 1960-1977

Box Folder

Fluorescent Lamp Starter, 1960

9 14

Neon Sign Electrodes, 1960

9 15

Mercury Vapor Lamp, 1961

9 16

Fluorescent Lamp Starter, 1967

9 17

High Intensity Mercury Lamps, 1969

9 18

Fluorescent Starter, Festoon Lamps, Christmas Tree Lamps, Automobile Lamps, 1970

9 19

Fluorescent Tube, 1966-1970

9 20

Miniature Lamps, 1970-1971

9 21

Halogen Lamps, 1972

9 22

Fluorescent Tubes, 1970-1974

9 23

Fluorescent Starters, 1975

9 24

Neon signs, 1977

9 25

 Subseries 2: Operating Instructions and Parts Lists, 1934-1940s

Box Folder

No. 00X-U, Continuous Coil Winding Machine, [undated]

10 1

No. 000-3 Coiled Coil Filaments, [undated]

10 2

No. 2-CM-WD, Automatic Miniature Coil Mounting Machine, [undated]

10 2A

No. 2M, Mandreless Coil Winder, [undated]

10 3

No. 5-B Precision Torsion Balance, [undated]

10 4

No. 8, Coil Inspection, [undated]

10 5

No. 8-D Coil Dissolving, [undated]

10 6

No. 8-TDI, Indicating Pyrometer, [undated]

10 7

No. 9, Glass Sorting Machine, [undated]

10 8

No. 10, Glass Cutter, [undated]

10 9

No. 10-DRE Glass Marking Tool, [undated]

10 10

No. 10-KIP, Model JA, Air Grinder, [undated]

10 11

No. 11-BCA, Automatic Bead Glass Tube Cutter, [undated]

10 12

No. 11-E Glass Cutter, [undated]

10 13

No. 11-TU-B, Glass Cutter, [undated]

10 14

No. 16, Flare Machine, [undated]

10 15

No. 18, Flare Machine, [undated]

10 16

No. 23, Button Stem Making Machine, [undated]

10 17

No. B-24-E and B-24-D, Gas and Oxygen Economizer, [undated]

10 18

No. B-27-TOD, Silent Type, [undated]

10 19

No. 27, Annealing Oven Blast Burner, [undated]

10 20

No. 31, Zig-Zag Forming Machine, [undated]

10 21

No. 34, Inserting Machine, [undated]

10 22

No. 35, Helical Coil Winder, [undated]

10 23

No. 37-C, Stem Turning Device, [undated]

10 24

No. 37, Inserting Machine, [undated]

10 25-26

No. 37-H, Button Making and Inserting Machine, [undated]

10 27

No. 38 A & R, Inserting Machine, [undated]

10 28

No. 38-C, Universal Inserting, [undated]

10 29

Italian Coil Winder, [undated]

10 30

No. B-39-M, Tubular Ribbon Burner, [undated]

11 1

No. 45, Type-B Pliers, [undated]

11 2

No. 47, Tubulating and Piercing Machine, [undated]

11 3

No. 50, Hand Operated Tubulating Machine, [undated]

11 4

No. 58, Exhaust Machine, [undated]

11 5

No. 59-MP, Neon Unit Glass Hook-up, [undated]

11 6

No. 59, Exhaust Position, [undated]

11 7

No. 59, Pirani Gage Accessory, [undated]

11 8

Forgings for 65-L Vacuum Pump, [undated]

11 9

No. 64, Vacuum Pump, [undated]

11 10

No. 65, Vacuum Pump, [undated]

11 11

No. 72-H3, Hydrogen Back-Pressure Valve, [undated]

11 12

No. 65-VG, Vacuum Gage, [undated]

11 13

No. 66, Vacuum Pump, [undated]

11 14

No. 71, Air Blower, [undated]

11 15

No. 72-BRM, Gas Generator, [undated]

11 16

No. 75, Flashing machine, [undated]

11 17

No. 76-IEG, Hydrogen Gas Purifier, [undated]

12 1

No. D71A-6, Tirrill Airometer Gas Machine, [undated]

12 2

No. 89, Bulb Washing Machine, [undated]

12 3

Spot Welder, [undated]

12 4

No. 89, Basing machine, [undated]

12 5

No. 89-CSM, [undated]

12 6

No. 89-FLC Fluorscent Tube Coating, [undated]

12 7

No. 89-FGS, empty folder, [undated]

12 8

No. 89 VE, Basing Machine, [undated]

12 9

No. 94, Gun Type Spot Welder, [undated]

12 10

No. 95-HAD, Air Operated Butt Welder, [undated]

12 11

No. 95-HS, Butt Welder, [undated]

12 12

No. 96, Gas Type Wire Welding, [undated]

12 13

No. 96, Brazing and Soldering, [undated]

12 14

No. 97, Welding Machine, [undated]

12 15

No. 97-2-4, grid Winding Machine, [undated]

12 16

No. 97-2L, Automatic Grid Winder, [undated]

12 17

No. 97-2K, Auto Grid Winder, [undated]

12 18

No. 99, Bulb Marking, [undated]

12 19

No. 99, Engraving Machine, [undated]

12 20

No. 99A, Base Filling Machine, [undated]

12 21

101-JA, Type A Single Assay Jar Mill, [undated]

13 1

No. 102-X, Vertical Butt Sealing Machine, [undated]

13 2

No. 102AA, Miniature Butt Seal-Ex Machine, [undated]

13 3

No. 102-Co-3, Cracking Off Machine, [undated]

13 4

No. 103, Bulb Blowing Machine, [undated]

13 5

No. 103-XB, Glass Lathe, [undated]

13 6

No. 105, Beading Machine, [undated]

13 7

No. 111-BXR and NIR, Rotary Oscillating Wire Straightener, [undated]

13 8

No. 115, Burners and Burner Tips, [undated]

13 9

No. 110, Rolling Machine, [undated]

13 10

No. 117, Mixer, [undated]

13 11

No. 119, Gas Type Bombarder, [undated]

13 12

No. 119, TBE, Tube Type Bombarder, [undated]

13 13

No. 130-EL, Flashing Machine, [undated]

13 14

No. 143-SMT, Glass Drilling Machine, [undated]

13 15

No. 147-D, Vacuum and Press Regulator, [undated]

13 16

No. 149-MAN, Oxygen Manifold, [undated]

13 17

No. 150, Syringes, [undated]

13 18

No. 155-B, Pump, [undated]

13 19

No. 160-ABO, Bottoming Machine, [undated]

13 20

No. 160-CON-B, Continuous Bottoming Machine, [undated]

13 21

No. 160-12-EFL, Solar Heat Collector Tube Sealer, [undated]

13 22

No. 161-ABL, Ampule Machine, [undated]

14 1

No. 161-AST-C, Automatic screw Neck Forming Machine, [undated]

14 2

No. 175-BGR, Motorized Bench type grinder, [undated]

14 3

No. 176-A, Tungsten Treating Bottle, [undated]

14 4

No. 200-VM, Motor Operated Spot Welder, [undated]

14 5

No. 200, Foot Operated Spot Welder, [undated]

14 6

No. 200, Fixture, [undated]

14 7

No. 200, Air Operated Spot Welder, [undated]

14 8

No. 310, Universal Spot Welder, [undated]

14 9

No. 400, Timers and Contactors for Spot Welders, [undated]

14 10

No. 600, Air Operated Spot Welder Multiple Point, [undated]

14 11

No. 720, Seam Welder, [undated]

14 12

No. 800, Arc Welder, [undated]

14 13

No. 825, AC Arc Welder, [undated]

14 14

Automatic Fur Unhairing Machine Company, Inc., Fur cutting machine drawings, undated

42 1

Automatic Fur Unhairing Machine Company, Inc., Frame and cam shaft unit, 1937

42 2

Automatic Fur Unhairing Machine Company, Inc., Clutch shaft unit, 1937

42 3

Automatic Fur Unhairing Machine Company, Inc., Governor shaft unit, 1937

42 4

Automatic Fur Unhairing Machine Company, Inc., Brush drive units, 1937

42 5

Automatic Fur Unhairing Machine Company, Inc., Canvas drive unit, 1937

42 6

Automatic Fur Unhairing Machine Company, Inc., Knife shaft and beater shaft unit, 1937

42 7

Automatic Fur Unhairing Machine Company, Inc., Belt shifter unit automatic release, 1937

42 8

Automatic Fur Unhairing Machine Company, Inc., Brush unit and electrical control, 1937

42 9

Clutch and gear case for all welders, [undated]

42 10

Foot switch, [undated]

42 11

Formula file, 1942

42 12

Chain drive guard, 1935

42 13

Inventory of machine tools, 1941

42 14

Old oil burner tracings, 1927

42 15

New oil burner tracings, undated

42 16

Transformer specifications, [undated]

42 17

Master lists of instructions for Eisler Machines, undated

15 1

No. 00, Coil Winding Machine, undated

15 2

No. 0, Coil Winding Machine, undated

15 3

No. 00-CE, Coil Winding Machine, undated

15 4

No. 00P, Coil Winding Machine, undated

15 5

No. 000, Coil Winding Machine, undated

15 6

No. 00-X, Coil Winding Machine, undated

15 7

No. 1, Coil Winding Machine, undated

15 8

No. FO-1B-3000, Continuous Coiling, undated

15 9

No. 00X-U, Continuous Coil Winding Machine, undated

15 10

No. 2-A, Coil Winding Machine, undated

15 11

No. 2-CM-WD, Automatic Miniature Mount Mill, [undated]

15 12

No. 2-H, Coil Winding Machine, [undated]

15 13

No. 2, Coil Winding Machine, [undated]

15 14

No. 2-M, Coil Winding Machine, [undated]

15 15

No. 2-CM-WD, Automatic Miniature Coil Mounting Machine, [undated]

15 16

No. 2-B, Coil Winding Machine, [undated]

15 17

No. 3-A, Coil Winding Machine, [undated]

15 18

No. 3-B, Coil Winding Machine, [undated]

15 19

No. 3-C, Coil Winding Machine, [undated]

15 20

No. 3-U, Coil Winding Machine, [undated]

15 21

No. 4, Filament Cutter, [undated]

15 22

No. 4-CE, Filament Cutter, [undated]

15 23

No. 4-CEH, Filament Cutter, [undated]

15 24

No. 4-E, Filament Cutter, [undated]

15 25

No. 5-B, Precision Torsion Balance, [undated]

15 26

No. 5-C, Filament Cutter, [undated]

15 27

No. 7-A, Spooling Machine, [undated]

15 28

No. 7-AB, Respooling Equipment, [undated]

15 29

No. 11-TU and No. 11-TU-RT, Glass Slicing Machine, [undated]

15 30

No. 8, Coil Inspection Apparatus, [undated]

15 31

No. 8-CC, Centrifugal Coil Dryer, [undated]

15 32

No. 8-FS, Filament Focusing and Collar Soldering Machine, [undated]

15 33

No. 8-E, Glass Strain Detector, [undated]

15 34

No. 8-D, Coil Dissolving Unit, [undated]

15 35

No. 8-DH, Coil Dissolving Unit, [undated]

15 36

No. 8-MX, Automobile Lamp Focusing Device, [undated]

15 37

No. 8-TDI, Model 60 Indicating Pyrometer, [undated]

15 38

No. 8-TH, Micro Projector for Contracting Clinical Therm. Tube, [undated]

15 39

No. 9A, Glass Gauges, [undated]

16 1

No. 10-SH, Electric Hot Wire Cutter, [undated]

16 2

No. 10-DD, Steel Disc Wheel Dresser, [undated]

16 3

No. 10-DRE, Glass Marking Tool, [undated]

16 4

No. 10-KIP, Air Grinder, [undated]

16 5

No. 10-XBA, Cutting Machine, High Speed, [undated]

16 6

No. 10-Am, Dry Type Glass Cutter, [undated]

16 7

No. 11, Glass Cutter, [undated]

16 8

No. 11-DIR, Diamond Cut-off Wheels (Rim Lock), [undated]

16 9

No. 11-TXT, Glass Slicing Machine, [undated]

16 10

No. 11-BCA, Automatic Bead Glass Tube Cutter, [undated]

16 11

No. 11-24-TC-W, Glass Tube Cutting Machine, [undated]

16 12

No. 11-M-H and 11-M-16W, Masonry Cutter, Wet and Dry Type Slicing Machine, [undated]

16 13

No. 11-24-TC, Auto Tube Cutting, [undated]

16 14

No. 11-24-TCM, Glass Tube Cutting Machine, [undated]

16 15

No. 11-KL, Oval and Circle Glass Cutter, [undated]

16 16

No. 13, Arbor Machine, [undated]

16 17

No. 16-ST and 16-GST, Hand Operated Tip Forming Machine, [undated]

16 18

No. 16-M2-A, Flask Sealing Machine, [undated]

16 19

No. 16-6M, Flare Machine, [undated]

16 20

No. 16-M3-A, Flash Neck Sealing Machine, [undated]

16 21

No. 16-MSS, Flare Machine, [undated]

16 22

No. 18-PR, Hot Cut Flare Machine/Flare Spreader, [undated]

16 23

No. 18-H, Flare Machine, Automatic, [undated]

16 24

No. 18-HA, Hot Cut Flare Machine, [undated]

16 25

No. 20-L, Stem Head, [undated]

16 26

No. 23, Stem Machine, [undated]

16 27

No. 23-6-AW, Metal Switch Bead Sealing Machine, [undated]

16 28

No. 23-12-BS-WA, 12 Position Automatic Miniature Button Stem Making Machine, [undated]

16 29

No. 23-6WC, Hand and Geneva Driver Forming Machine, [undated]

16 30

No. 23-6-BF, Bulb Tip Forming Machine, [undated]

16 31

No. 23-12-BSWE, Button Stem Machine, [undated]

16 32

No. 23-16MS, Automatic Miniature Radio Tube Button Stem making Machine, [undated]

16 33

No. 408A, 426A, Sealing Machine, [undated]

16 34

No. 23, Tipless Stem Machine, [undated]

16 35

No. 23-8T, 8 Head Stem Machine, [undated]

16 36

No. 23-12 SS-A, Syringe Shrinking, [undated]

16 37

No. 23-8-TLLD, Neon Electrode Maker, [undated]

16 38

No. 23-12-SS-A, Syringe Barrel Shrinking (Sizing) Machine, [undated]

16 39

No. 23-24-P, Auto Stem Machine for incandescent lamp, [undated]

17 1

No. 23-24-P, Auto Stem Machine for radio tube, [undated]

17 2

No. 58-24-VFG, Vacuum Flask Exhaust Machine, [undated]

17 3

No. B-24-E, Gas and Oxygen Economizer, [undated]

17 4

No. 27-ELM, Vertical Lift Type Oven, [undated]

17 5

No. B27-COR, Silent Gas Burner, [undated]

17 6

No. 27-16-SR, Hard Glass Sealing Machine, [undated]

17 7

No. 27-UN, Universal Blast Burner, [undated]

17 8

No. 27-AMP, Glass Annealing Lear, [undated]

17 9

No. 27 AMB, Stem Annealing Oven Electric, [undated]

17 10

No. 27-Co, Stem Annealer, [undated]

17 11

No. 27-8TE, Auto Stem Machine, [undated]

17 12

No. B-27-TOD, Silent Type Blast Burner, [undated]

17 13

No. 27-SWE, 27 SA, Electric and Gas Annealing, [undated]

17 14

No. 27-RLG, Bunsen Type Burner, [undated]

17 15

No. 27-BE-W, Silent Type Blast Burner (surface mix type), [undated]

17 16

No. B-270-F, Precision Universal Blast Burner, [undated]

17 17

No. 32, Wire Coating Machines, [undated]

17 18

No. 32-GC-A, Coil gettering Machine, [undated]

17 19

No. 32, Filament Wire Coating Machine, [undated]

17 20

No. 32-GC, Coil Gettering Apparatus, [undated]

17 21

No. 33, 34, 34-D, Hand Inserting Machine, [undated]

17 22

No. 35, Helical Coil Winder, [undated]

17 23

No. 35-D, Double Helix Coil Winder, [undated]

17 24

No. 37-BR-2, Inserting Machine, [undated]

17 25

No. 37 and 37-M, Universal Inserting Machine, [undated]

17 26

No. 37-H, Button Making Inserting Machine, [undated]

17 27

No. 37-1W, Single Inserting Machine, [undated]

17 28

No. 37-3, Button Making Inserting Machine, [undated]

17 29

No. 39-LO-1-N, Ribbon Burner, [undated]

17 30

No. 43-N, Lead Wire Cutter and Shaper, [undated]

17 31

No. B-39-LO, B-39, B-39-M, Ribbon Burner, [undated]

17 32

No. 47-18-VFT, Tabulating Machine, [undated]

17 33

No. 47-24-12 VFTR, Automatic Vacuum Flask Tabulator, [undated]

17 34

No. 47-12-VFT, Piercing and Tabulating Machine, [undated]

17 35

No. 47-12-VFD, Solar H-Tabulator, [undated]

17 36

No. 47, Tabulating and Flask Piercing Machine, [undated]

17 37

No. 47-8-VFD, 8 Position Automatic Flask Tubulator, [undated]

17 38

No. 47-36-18-VF, Automatic Tubulator, [undated]

17 39

No. 50, Tubulating and Flask Piercing Machine with Hopper, [undated]

17 40

No. 50, Hand Operated Tubulating Machine, [undated]

17 41

No. 51, Hopper Feed Tubulating Machine, [undated]

17 42

No. 57, Sealing Machine, [undated]

18 1

No. 57-16-FL-8-12, Fluroscent Tube Sealing, [undated]

18 2

No. 57-8TA, Fluorescent Tube Sealing Machine, [undated]

18 3

No. 57 Series, Automatic Indexing Sealing, [undated]

18 4

No. 57-8-4-CTL, Cathode Ray Tube Sealing Machine, [undated]

18 5

No. 57-16-8-TV, Cathode Ray Tube Sealing Machine, [undated]

18 6

No. 57-8-FL, 8 Head Fluorescent Tube Sealer, [undated]

18 7

No. 57-8T-BO, Cullet Burning Off Machine, [undated]

18 8

No. 57, Sealing Machine, [undated]

18 9

No. 57-MXG, 24 Head Automatic Seal-EX Machine for Standard Lamps, [undated]

18 10

No. 57-MXD, Miniature Sealing and Exhaust, [undated]

18 11

No. 57-SIL, Lab Unit for Vacuum Flask, [undated]

18 12

No. 57-SIl, Silvering Unit for Vacuum Flasks, [undated]

18 13

No. 58-36-FLG, Automatic Fluorescent Tube Exhaust Machine, [undated]

18 14

No. 57-MX-D, 24 Head Automatic Sealing and Exhaust Machine, [undated]

18 15

No. 57-7 TV and 57-10 LV, 7 Head Sealing Machine (Neck Forming), [undated]

18 16

No. 57-7 and 57-10, Neck Forming and Sealing in Machine for Vacuum Flasks, [undated]

18 17

No. 57-XFLU, Fluorescent Tube Making Unit, [undated]

18 18

No. 57-12-SR, 12 Position Hard Glass Sealing Machine, [undated]

18 19

No. 57-8-L, 8 Head Sealing Machine, [undated]

18 20

No. 57-12-WA, Lens Sealer, [undated]

18 21

No. 57-8-BV, 8 Station Sealing Machine, [undated]

18 22

No. 57-XA, Laboratory Unit, [undated]

18 23

No. 57-X-GL, Single Position Lab Unit, [undated]

18 24

No. 58-36-VT-S, Exhaust Machine, [undated]

19 1

No. 58, Exhaust Machine, [undated]

19 2

No. 58-12-VFD, Vacuum Flask Exhaust Machine, [undated]

19 3

No. 59-ELB, Trolley Exhaust Position with Electric Heated Oven, [undated]

19 4

No. 59-24-SIL, Silvering Unit for Inside of Bulbs, [undated]

19 5

No. 59-MC, Fast Action McLeod Gauge, [undated]

19 6

No. 59-F, Exhaust Position for Fluorescent Tubes, [undated]

19 7

No. 59-HV-24C, 24 Position Exhaust System for Mercury Quartz Burner, [undated]

19 8

No. 59-MD-K, Mercury Doser, [undated]

19 9

No. 59-NEB, Neon Tube Making Unit with Hydrogen Burners, [undated]

19 10

No. 59-NG, 59-NP, 59-NM, Glass Manifold, [undated]

19 11

No. 59-UNI, Neon Luminous Tube Making, [undated]

19 12

No. 59-MDG, Solenoid Operated Mercury Doser (Glass Housing), [undated]

19 13

No. 59-VF, Trolley Exhaust Position, [undated]

19 14

No. 59-8-X, 8 Position Exhaust Position, [undated]

19 15

No. 61-LFC, Tube Preheater, [undated]

19 16

No. 62, Blue Annealer, Gas Heated, [undated]

19 17

No. 64, 65, 66, Vacuum Pumps and Oil Vapor Pump, [undated]

19 18

No. 64-GAM, Vacuum Pump, [undated]

19 19

No. 64-JPM, Vacuum Pump, [undated]

19 20

No. 64-MI, Metal Mercury Aspirators, [undated]

19 21

No. 64-Di, High Vacuum Pump, [undated]

19 22

No. 65-JBL, High Vacuum Compound Pump, [undated]

19 23

No. 65-LK, Vacuum Pump, [undated]

19 25

No. 65-RM, Combination Vacuum Pump, [undated]

19 25

No. 65-VG, Pirani Type Vacuum Gauge Model, [undated]

19 26

No. 65-VG, Pirani Type Vacuum Gauge Model 18, [undated]

19 27

No. 65-VD, Television Tube Exhaust Position, [undated]

19 28

No. 65-WC, Duo Seal Vacuum Pump, [undated]

19 29

No. 71-GFG, Flow Gauge, [undated]

20 1

No. 71-ARM, 71-RD, 71-RC, 71-LAM, Air Blower Air Pressure Blower, [undated]

20 2

No. 71-NMB, Gas Booster and Pressure Blower Unit, [undated]

20 3

No. 71-NM, 71-EM, Combination Booster and Blower, [undated]

20 4

No. 71-TA, Centrifugal Blower, [undated]

20 5

No. 71GAM 6, Air Blower, [undated]

20 6

No. 71-L Integral Air Blower, [undated]

20 7

No. 71-MON, U Type Manometer, [undated]

20 8

No. 71-SEL-5, Gas Combustion Controller, [undated]

20 9

No. 72-LE-2.5, Gas Booster, [undated]

20 10

No. 72-H3, Hydrogen Back Pressure Valve, [undated]

20 11

No. 72-RV, Air Blower Relief Valve, [undated]

20 12

No. 72-D, Diaphragm Regulator, [undated]

20 13

No. 72, Gas Booster Pump, [undated]

20 14

No. 72-M, 72-BRM, Gas Booster, [undated]

20 15

No. 72-BRM HP, High Pressure Gas Booster with Water Jacket, [undated]

20 16

No. 72-TCM-6-7, Gas Generator, [undated]

20 17

No. 72-SEL-FM, Automatic Fire Check, [undated]

20 18

No. 75 and 75-VH, Flashing Machine, [undated]

20 19

No. 76-IAA, 76-IEG, Hydrogen Gas Purifier, [undated]

20 20

No. 80, Gas Purifier, [undated]

20 21

No. 80-4D and 79-4, Purifier, [undated]

20 22

No. 80 and 80-D, Multiple Tube Dryer, [undated]

20 23

Wall Type Thermo Electric Indicating Pyrometer, [undated]

20 24

No. 85, Hinged Electric Furnace, [undated]

21 1

No. 85, Glass Annealing Oven, [undated]

21 2

No. 85-Al, Degasifying Electric Furnace, [undated]

21 3

No. 85, Coil Setting Furnace, [undated]

21 4

No. 85-DEH, Gas Fired Furnace, [undated]

21 5

No. 85-GGF, Gas Dissociator, [undated]

21 6

No. 85-CPC-2, High Temperature Furnace, [undated]

21 7

No. 85-LCB, Low Temperature Electric Furnace, [undated]

21 9

No. 85-GS-1,2,3, Electric Furnace for Laboratory Use, [undated]

21 8

No. 85-L and LLV, Hinged Electric Furnace, [undated]

21 10

No. 85-M, Hinged Electric Furnace, [undated]

21 11

No. 85-PM, Electric Heated Furnace, [undated]

21 12

No. 85-DET and DEH, Gas Fired Furnace, [undated]

21 13

No. 85-PTF, Vertical Furnace, [undated]

21 14

No. 85-RF, Degasifying Electric Furnace, [undated]

21 15

No. 85-V, Electric Furnace, [undated]

21 16

No. 85-TEA, TEB, TEC, Electric Furnace, [undated]

21 17

No. 85-Fl, Fluorescent Tube Baking Furnace, [undated]

21 18

No. 89-WFL, Automatic Glass Tube Washing Machine, [undated]

22 1

No. 89-TT-G, 30HD Basing Machine, [undated]

22 1A

No. 89-BEA-24, Top Chamber Forming Machine, [undated]

22 2

No. 89-SU, Silvering Glass Flasks, [undated]

22 3

No. 89-AS and 89-3, Bulb Spraying Machine, [undated]

22 4

No. 89-BEA-120, Thermometer Top Chamber, [undated]

22 5

No. 89-BUR, Glazing Machine Automatic, [undated]

22 6

No. 89-BUT, Thermeter Sealing Machine, [undated]

22 7

No. 89-CSM 48 D, Basing and Soldering Machine, [undated]

22 8

No. 89-SERIES, Basing Machine, [undated]

22 9

No. 89-CSV, 36 HD, Basing, Flashing and Soldering Machine, [undated]

22 10

No. 89-FA 50 HD, Basing Machine with Ejector, [undated]

22 11

No. 89-FL-10, Fluorescent Basing Machine, [undated]

22 12

No. 89-FGS, Flashing and Basing Machine, [undated]

22 13

No. 89-IF, Glass Frosting Machine, [undated]

22 14

No. 89-IF, Inside Frosting Machine, [undated]

22 15

No. 89-LW, Basing Machine with Hand wheel Adjustment, [undated]

22 16

No. 89-NU, Getter Spraying Machine, [undated]

22 17

No. 89-NUA, Spray Coating Unit, [undated]

22 18

No. 89-VE, Basing Machine, [undated]

22 19

No. 89-CSD, 48 HD Basing and Soldering Machine, [undated]

22 20

No. 89-FLD, Fluorescent Tube Coating Machine, [undated]

22 21

No. 89-FLW-G, Fluorescent Lamp Basing Rack, [undated]

22 22

No. 89-V1-10, 10 Position Basing Machine, [undated]

22 23

No. 93-GW, Grid Welder, Bench Type, [undated]

22 24

No. 93-ATT, Butt Welder Attachment

22 25

No. 93-SPU, Sputter Welder, [undated]

22 26

No. 93-TC, Electric Soldering Machine (parts list), [undated]

22 27

No. 93-RDS, Little Wonder Soldering Machine, [undated]

22 28

No. 93-ES and 93-S, Electric Soldering Machine, [undated]

22 29

No. 93-ES Spot Welder with Auto Transformer, [undated]

22 30

No. 93-HC, Home Graft Welder, [undated]

22 31

No. 93-BS, Grid Winder, [undated]

22 32

No. 93-Series, Tweezer Instructions, [undated]

22 33

No. 93-VROL, Cost Sheets, [undated]

22 34

No. 93-VROL S, Roller Welder, [undated]

22 35

No. 93-VROL, cost sheets, [undated]

22 36

No. 93-Series, Low Voltage parts list, [undated]

22 37

No. 93-Series, Spot Welder (with timer), [undated]

22 38

No. 93-V1 and 93-V5, Bench type spot welder and bench type foot operated, [undated]

22 39

No. 94-NSG, Small Welding Tongs, [undated]

23 1

No. 94-Series, Gun Welder, [undated]

23 2

No. 94-NCP-HEL, Hand Operated Gun Welder (portable), [undated]

23 3

No. 95-HFMC, Bench Type Butt Welders, [undated]

23 4

No. 95-LBS, Bench Type Butt Welders, [undated]

23 25

No. 95-ES, Butt Welder, [undated]

23 6

No. 95-ATT, Butt Welder Attachment for Fulcrum and Vertical Welder, [undated]

23 7

No. 95-HD, Butt Welder heavy duty, [undated]

23 8

No. 95 series wiring diagram, [undated]

23 9

No. 95-LBSF, Foot Operated Butt Welder, [undated]

23 10

No. 96, BSO, BS1, BS2, BS4, [undated]

23 11

No. 96-AT, Butt Welder, [undated]

23 12

No. 95 series operating instructions DS1, DS10, DS2, DS12, [undated]

23 13

No. 96 BAS-3, Band Saw Welder and 96-AG3, Annealling Device, [undated]

23 14

No. 96-SMF 4, 6, 8, Automatic Band Saw Welder, [undated]

23 15

No. 96 BS4-5, Band Saw Welders, [undated]

23 16

No. 96-series, Brazing Machine, [undated]

23 17

No. 96-3, Lead Wire Welding Machine, [undated]

23 18

Central Lubrication, [undated]

23 19

No. 96-1, Wire Welding Machine, [undated]

23 20

No. 96-SBG, Band Saw Welder, [undated]

23 21

No. 96-GB, Band Saw Butt Welder, [undated]

23 22

No. 97-2 and 4, Grid Winding Machine, [undated]

23 23

No. 96-TW, Automatic Tweezer Welder, [undated]

23 24

No. 97-UNI, 97SAW, Hand Grid Winder, [undated]

23 25

No. 97-SA, Hand Operated Grid Winder, [undated]

23 26

No. 97-2L, Automatic Grid Winder, [undated]

23 27

No. 97-2K, Automatic Grid Winder, [undated]

23 28

No. 99-A, 99, 99-S, Base Filling Machine, [undated]

23 29

No. 99-AM, Automatic Base Filling Machine, [undated]

23 30

No. 99-FO, Bulb Printing Machine for Outside Printing, [undated]

23 31

No. 99-SE, 99-E, 99-LE, 99-LB, Bulb Printing Machine, [undated]

23 32

No. 99-I, Air Operated Inside Bulb Stamper, [undated]

23 33

No. 99-LM and 99-NM, Base Filling Machine, [undated]

23 34

No. 99-SPRA, Color Spray Machine, [undated]

23 35

No. 99-STF, Base Filling Machine, [undated]

23 36

No. 99-V1, Printing Machine, [undated]

23 37

No. 100-18-TP, 18 Pos. Soldering Machine, [undated]

24 1

No. 100-DD, [undated]

24 2

No. 101 series Jar Mills (Peeble Mills), [undated]

24 3

No. 101-JA, Ball Mill, [undated]

24 4

No. 101-OMN, Base Cement Mixer, [undated]

24 5

No. 102-SBX, Single Pos. Tube Sealing, [undated]

24 6

No. 102-10B-VE, Thermistor Probe Sealing Machine, [undated]

24 7

No. 102-BX, Single Pos. Lead Wire Bending, [undated]

24 8

No. 102-COM, Glazing, Annealling and Cracking Off Machine, [undated]

24 9

No. 102-COM-2, Glazing, Annealling and Crack Off Machine, [undated]

24 10

No. 102-CR3, Glazing, Annealling and Cracking Off Machine, [undated]

24 11

No. 102-FLB, Single Head Sealing, [undated]

24 12

No. 102-PTX, Single Pos. Tubulating, [undated]

24 13

No. 102-RTB, Single Pos. Button Sealing Machine, [undated]

24 14

No. 102-SLM, Single Position Button Stem Machine, [undated]

24 15

No. 102-SBB-B, Single Positioning Sealing, [undated]

24 16

No. 102 series, Single Head Glass Working, [undated]

24 17

No. 102-SH-M and No. 102-SAMP, Single Position Pinch Sealing and Constricting Machine, [undated]

24 18

No. 102-10B-TC, Thermometer Contracting, [undated]

24 19

No. 102-10-BQ, Thermometer Opening Machine, [undated]

24 20

No. 102-10B-01, Industrial Thermo, [undated]

24 21

No. 102-10-B-T, Parts List, [undated]

24 22

No. 102-10B-OD, Capillary Tubing Opening and Constricting Machine, [undated]

24 23

No. 102-SH, Special Glass Bead Making Machine, [undated]

24 24

No. 102-10B-DR Blood Pipette Butt Sealing Machine, [undated]

24 25

No. 102-SPR, Glass Lathe Chuck, [undated]

24 26

No. 102-SRB, Single Position Constricting Machine, [undated]

24 27

No. 102-TAE, Flaring and Forming Machine, [undated]

24 28

No. 102-10B-AGL, Special Beading, Butt Sealing and Bending Machine, [undated]

24 29

No. 100-12-SS, Automatic Soldering Machine, [undated]

24 30

No. 102-UX, Single Pos. U Bending, [undated]

24 31

No. 102-10B-FTB, 10 Head Automatic Flash Tube U Bender, [undated]

24 32

No. 160-AB-T, Chamber Forming Machine for Clinical Thermometers, [undated]

24 33

No. 102-B-10A, Butt Sealing Machine, [undated]

24 34

No. 102-AA, Min Butt Seal-Ex Machine, [undated]

24 35

No. 102 series, Single Head Stem Machine, [undated]

24 36

No. 102-series, Vertical Butt Sealer, [undated]

24 37

No. 102 series, Single Head Sealing Machine, [undated]

24 38

No. 103-AA, High Speed Bulb Blowing, [undated]

24 39

No. 103-10DR, Blood Pipette Bulb Blowing Machine, [undated]

24 40

No. 103-PO, Bulb Neck Cutting Machine, [undated]

24 41

No. 103-18-CSM, Thermometer End Seal and Forming, [undated]

24 42

No. 103 and No. 103-L, Bulb Blower, [undated]

24 43

No. 103-COS, D.C. Motor Controls and Wire Diagrams, [undated]

25 1

No. 103-SIL, Silvering Machine, [undated]

25 2

No. 103-18-CS, 18 Head Thermometer Top Chamber Seal Off, [undated]

25 3

No. 103-X, Horizontal Butt Sealing Machine, [undated]

25 4

No. 103-XL, Glass Lathe, [undated]

25 5

No. 103-XB, Glass Lathe, [undated]

25 6

No. 103-VD-24, Glass Lathe, [undated]

25 7

No. 103-XBL, Glass Lathe, [undated]

25 8

No. 105-HX, Synthetic Bead Making Machine, [undated]

25 9

No. 105-8-BR, 8 Position Automatic Beading Machine, [undated]

25 10

No. 105-18-RC, Beading Machine, [undated]

25 11

No. 105-BSTI, Single Position Button Stem Making Machine, [undated]

25 12

No. 105-EAN, Bead Making Unit, [undated]

25 13

No. 105-EAM, Bead Making Machine, [undated]

25 14

No. 107-FI, Final Inspection Table, [undated]

25 15

No. 107-AB, Seasoning Rack, [undated]

25 16

No. 110-FSH, Foil Shredding Machine, [undated]

25 17

No. 111-BXR and 111-NIR, Rotary Oscillating Wire Straightener, [undated]

25 18

No. 111-V and 110-H, Hook Making and Wire Cutting Machine, [undated]

25 19

No. 111-A, Pigtail Making Machine, [undated]

25 20

No. 111-B, Automatic Wire Cutting and Straightening Machine, [undated]

25 21

No. 113-EWC, Glass Cutter Hot Wire Type, [undated]

25 22

No. 113-FLH, Ring Burner, [undated]

25 23

No. 114, Tipping Torch with Mixer, [undated]

25 24

No. 114-RFN, Internal Firing Ribbon Ring Burner, [undated]

25 25

No. 115, Crossfires, [undated]

25 26

No. 116-FR, Bench Type Bottoming Machine, [undated]

25 27

No. 116-EC, Tube End Cleaning and Exhaust Arrangement, [undated]

25 28

No. 116-FLO, Fluorescent Tube-End Forming Machine, [undated]

25 29

No. 116-4-GMS and 116-ARA-10L, Crack-Off Burner, [undated]

25 30

No. 116-DR, Glass Rollers, [undated]

25 31

No. 117, Gas, Air, and Oxygen Mixer, [undated]

25 32

No. 118-N, Map Measure, [undated]

25 33

No. 118-M, Electro-Magnet with Push Button Control, [undated]

25 34

No. 118-LA and 118-LB, High Frequency Spark Vacuum Leak Tester, [undated]

25 35

No. 118-R, Spark Coil, [undated]

25 36

No. 119-TBE-S, Tube Type Bombarder, [undated]

26 1

No. 119-TB-2, 3.5 KVA Induction Heater, [undated]

26 2

No. 119-EC, Gap Type Bombarder, [undated]

26 3

No. 119-TBE and 119-TC, Tube Type Bombarder, [undated]

26 4

No. 119-TBC, 7.5 KW Induction Heating Generator, [undated]

26 5

No. 130, Flashing Bottle, [undated]

26 6

No. 138-AC, Single Die Hot Wire Drawing Machine, [undated]

26 7

No. 138-AA, Fine Wire Drawing Machine, [undated]

26 8

No. 140, Swaging Machine, [undated]

26 9

No. 140-DA, Coarse Wire Drawing Machine, [undated]

26 10

No. 140-CFT, Coil Setting Machine, [undated]

26 11

No. 143-GDC and 143-GDR, Abrasive and Glass Drills, [undated]

26 12

No. 143-SMT, Glass Drilling Machine, [undated]

26 13

No. 147-D, Vacuum Pressure Valve, [undated]

26 14

No. 145, Argon-Nitrogen Mixer, [undated]

26 15

No. 149-MAN, Oxygen Manifold, [undated]

26 16

No. 150-VP, Forming Pliers, [undated]

26 17

No. 155-M, Pumping and Gas Filling Apparatus, [undated]

26 18

No. 155-NM, Glass Manifold for 59-NM Neon Unit, [undated]

26 19

No. 153-LWC, Wire Cutting Machine, [undated]

26 20

No. 155-P, Mercury Aspirator, [undated]

26 21

No. 160-ABO-CG3-T, Automatic Glass Tube Bottoming Machine, [undated]

26 22

No. 160-ABO-TW3, Telephone Switchboard Bulb Bottoming Machine, [undated]

26 23

No. 160-ABO, Automatic Glass Tube Bottoming Machine, [undated]

26 24

No. 160 ABO, 161-ABL, and 161-AST, Burners, [undated]

26 25

No. 160-ABO-CG4, Bottoming Machine, [undated]

26 26

No. 160-ABO-UG, Automatic Tube Bottoming Machine, [undated]

26 27

No. 160-ABO-BT, Automatic Glass Tube Bottoming Machine, [undated]

26 28

No. 160-CON-DR, Continuous Glazing and End Closing Machine, [undated]

26 29

No. 160-CON-BDR, Continuous Restricting Machine, [undated]

26 30

No. 160-ABO-FLC, Automatic Syringe Flanging and Chopping Machine, [undated]

27 1

No. 160-12-FL, Fluorescent Tube-End Forming Machine, [undated]

27 2

No. 160-12-GFL, Fluorescent Tube Shoulder Forming Machine, [undated]

27 3

No. 161-ABL, Ampoule Making Machine, [undated]

27 4

No. 161-ABL-12A, 12 Head Automatic Ampoule Machine, [undated]

27 5

No. 160-12-VFB, 12 Head Vacuum Flask Sealing Machine, [undated]

27 6

No. 161-AST, Automatic Thread Rolling Machine, [undated]

27 7

No. 161-FLA-C, Automatic Syringe Barrel Flare Machine, [undated]

27 8

No. 161-BA, Ampoule Sealing Machine, [undated]

27 9

No. 161-AP, Tube Puller, [undated]

27 10

No. 161-FLB, Automatic Syringe Tip Forming Machine, [undated]

27 11

No. 161-ABL, Ampoule Making Machine, [undated]

27 12

No. 161-SA and 161-HSI, Ampoule Sealer, [undated]

27 13

No. 161-RUF, Automatic Tube-End Forming Machine, [undated]

27 14

No. 161-AST-PKL and 161-PKS, Automatic Syringe Piston Head Forming Machine, [undated]

27 15

No. 161-SING, Single Head Ampoule Machine, [undated]

27 16

No. 165-HB, Bulb-Blowing Mould (Foot Operated Air Valve), [undated]

27 17

No. 165-HB, Bulb-Blowing Mould (with Finger Valve), [undated]

27 18

No. 175-SCFT and 175-SCLT, Lapping Glass Stop Cocks, [undated]

27 19

No. 170, Swaging Machine, [undated]

27 20

No. 175-BGR, Motorized Bench Type Grinder, [undated]

27 21

No. 175-FSH, Lapping Machine, [undated]

27 22

Combination 1/2" Piston Type Foot Valve Assembly, [undated]

27 23

No. 175-PC, Wet Belt Centerless Grinder, [undated]

27 24

No. 175-B3, 3 Spindle Lapping Machine, [undated]

27 25

No. 175-SMA, Horizontal Lapping and Grinding Machine, [undated]

27 26

No. 176, Tungsten Treating Bottle Unit, [undated]

27 27

No. 200-BUT, Automatic Butt Welding Attachment, [undated]

28 1

No. 200 Series, Air Operated Spot Welder (Parts List), [undated]

28 2

No. 200 Series, Air Operated Spot Welder (Operating Instructions), [undated]

28 3

No. 200 Series, Air Operated Spot Welder (Outline Drawings), [undated]

28 4

No. 310 Series, Universal Welder, [undated]

28 5

No. 400 Series, Welder Contactors and Relays (Parts List), [undated]

28 6

No. 401-LE, Electronic Weld Timer, [undated]

28 7

No. 600-KC Series, Spot Welder (Parts List), [undated]

28 8

No. 600 Series, Air Operated Spot Welder, [undated]

28 9

No. 600-CF, Motor Operated Spot Welder, [undated]

28 10

No. 600 Series, Welder (Heat Charts), [undated]

28 11

No. 600-AMF, Motor Operated Spot Welder, [undated]

28 12

No. 600-MAR, Motor Operated Spot Welder, [undated]

28 13

No. 720-U, Spot/Seam Welders, [undated]

28 14

No. 800 Series, Arc Welder, [undated]

28 15

No. 800 Series, Arc Welder (Instructions for Beginners), [undated]

28 16

No. ?, Three-Way Hand Controlled Operating Valve (Parts List), [undated]

28 17

No. 825-NC and 825-NCP, A-C Arc Welders, [undated]

28 18

Rebuilding Burnt Out Cathode Ray Tubes, undated

9 26

Parts list for gears, ball bearings and castings and miscellaneous list for all machines (bound volume), 1938

9 27

Parts list for gears, ball bearings and castings and miscellaneous list for all machines (bound volume), 1946

9 28

Miniature Butt Seal lamps sequence of operations and evolution of the auto head light bulbs, 1962-1971

9 29

Spot welders, 1950

9 30

Instructions D-1 to D-50, [undated]

30 1

Instructions D-51 to D-100, [undated]

30 2

Instructions D-101 to D-150, [undated]

30 3

Instructions D-151 to D-200, [undated]

30 4

Instructions D-201 to D-250, [undated]

30 5

Instructions D-251 to D-300, [undated]

30 6

Instructions D-301 to D-350, [undated]

30 7

Instructions D-351 to D-400, [undated]

30 8

Instructions D-401 to D-450, [undated]

31 1

Instructions D-451 to D-500, [undated]

31 2

Instructions D-501 to D-550, [undated]

31 3

Instructions D-551 to D-600, [undated]

31 4

Instructions D-601 to D-650, [undated]

31 5

Instructions D-651 to D-700, [undated]

31 6

Instructions D-701 to D-750, [undated]

31 7

Instructions D-750 to D-800, [undated]

31 8

Master Cam List, undated

29 1

B-4865 Machine Coiler; B-4897, Welding Tweeter; B-4940 to 4944, [undated]

29 2

D-289-3A, [undated]

29 3

D-585-1, Miniature Butt Seal Ex Machine, [undated]

29 4

D-688, Speed Control Valves, [undated]

29 5

D-711-2, Automatic Syringe, [undated]

29 6

D-795-1, Spherical glass joints, [undated]

29 7

D-796, Unidentified, undated

29 8

D-797, Guide mandrel for winding and stretching, [undated]

29 9

D-802-2, Central lubrication system, [undated]

29 10

D-805-1, Barrel flare, [undated]

29 11

D-809, Unidentified, undated, [undated]

29 12

D-813/D-814, Automatic Thread Rolling Machine, [undated]

29 13

D-815, Automatic Min radio Tube Button Stem Making Machine, [undated]

29 14

D-824, High Temperature Furnace, [undated]

29 15

D-830, Lapping Glass Stop Cocks, [undated]

29 16

D-836, Glazing machine/D-837, Air Blower, [undated]

29 17

D-841, Steel Disc wheel dresser, [undated]

29 18

D-842, Masonry cutter, [undated]

29 19

D-855, Glass strain detector, [undated]

29 20

D-856, Universal welder, [undated]

29 21

D-860, Air operated gun welder, [undated]

29 22

D-861, Push gun welder, [undated]

29 23

D-864, Stem annealer, [undated]

29 24

D-872, Turntable, 1953

29 25

D-876, Low temperature electric furnace, [undated]

29 26

D-869, Unidentified, undated

29 27

D-889, Dry type glass cutter10-AM, [undated]

29 28

D-890, High Temperature Furnace, 1954

29 29

D-903-1, Syringe Barrel Shrinking (Sizing) machine, 1954

29 30

D-907, Bulb tip forming machine, 1954

29 31

D-908, Unidentified, 1954

29 32

D-909-1, Automatic Glass Tube Bottoming machine, 1955

29 33

D-912-1, Bottoming Machine, undated

29 34

D-913-1, High pressure gas booster with water cooling jacket, 1955

29 35

S-1492; S-1641; S-1634; S-1509; S-1559; S-1561, [undated]

29 36

ST-1465 to ST 1483, Dry Type Transformer, [undated]

29 37

Miscellaneous, 1950s

29 38

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 Series 5 : Diagrams and Drawings, 1924-1960

 Subseries 1: Wiring Diagrams, 1934-1956

Box Folder

Master File, 1935-1956

32 1

Timers and Contactors, 1936-1946

32 2

Special Timers and Contactors, 1934-1946

32 3

Transformers, undated

32 4

Machine No. 1001 Air Operated Electric Contact Clamp, undated

32 5

 Subseries 2: Drawings for Machines, 1924-1960

Map-case Drawer Folder

Metro Light Corp., 1931 August 27

37 East 18th Street

New York, NY

6 30 10

Miniature lamp factory layout for Multi Lite Corp., 1933 January 3

Newark, NJ

6 30 10

Chas. Eisler Engineering Co., undated

Newark, NJ

6 30 10

Factory layout for Northern MFG Co., undated

371 Ogden Street

Newark, NJ

6 30 10

Factory layout for B.H. Schmitt, 1924 July 29

215 Clarkson Avenue

Brooklyn, NJ

6 30 10

Radio Romanuck Works, 1932 December 15

Equipment required for new proposed radio tube plant for 50,000 radio tubes per day

Leningrad, USSR

6 30 10

Productos Nacionales (Proposed machine layout for), 1932 October 12

6 30 10

Radio Romanuck Works, 1932 December 15

New proposed radio tube plant for 50,000 radio tubes per day

Leningrad, USSR

6 30 10

Plan showing land and track to be leased to Lesire Corporation, 1960 August 2

C.R.R. Company of New Jersey

Dover, NJ

6 30 10

East Blackwell Street, undated

Diagram and surrounding area

6 30 10

Machine Coiler, [undated]

Machine No. 1

6 30 10

Filament Coil Cutter, [undated]

Machine No. 4-CE

6 30 11

Tube Bending, [undated]

Machine No. 13-RT, A

6 30 12

Watch Crystal Forming, [undated]

Machine No. 23-6WN

2 4 1

Auto Stem Machine No. 23-24P, [undated]

Eisler Tracings

2 4 1

Auto Stem Machine No. 23-24P, [undated]

Drawing 8 (originals)

2 4 2

Auto Stem Machine No. 23-24P, [undated]

Blue prints

2 4 3

Auto Stem Machine No. 23-24P, [undated]

Arrow Machine Tracings

2 5 4

Auto Stem Machine Folder 2, [undated]

Arrow Machine Co.

Exhaust Tube feed

Chuck Opener

Auto Wire feed Sketches

Unloader

Turret

Stem head

Flare Feed

Table and Spider Cover

2 5 5

Auto Stem Machine Folder 2, [undated]

Arrow Machine Co.

Cane Feed Details

Button and cane

Feed Details

Fear Box

Gas and Air Blow Out and Manifolds

Cams/Cam levers (CL)

Flare and tube Gauge

Parts Lists

2 5 6

Stem Heads, [undated]

Machine Nos. 20, 27, 20-B, 20-D, 20-F, 20-L, 20-S, 20-EY, 20-ES, 20-YK, 20-ST, 20-BSP

Special Stem 221-D

2 5 7

Stem heads, Folder 3, [undated]

Draw no. 6

Machine No. 23-12 TEC/TCM

2 5 8

Stem heads, [undated]

Machine No. 20-FS, 20-SH, 20-BM

Draw no. 6

2 5 9

Getter Cup Machine No. 32-J, [undated]

6 30 13

Grid Flattener and Cutter, [undated]

Machine No. 43-A

6 28 14

Sealing, [undated]

Machine No. 57-7-7

6 28 15

Bulb Carbonizing, [undated]

Machine No. 57-CAR

6 28 15

Water Level Sealing, [undated]

Machine No. 57-8-4WL

6 28 15

Cathode Ray and Tube Sealing, [undated]

Machine No. 57-16-8TV

6 28 16

Exhaust, [undated]

Machine No. 59

6 28 17

McLead Gauge, [undated]

Machine No. 59-N

6 28 17

Neon Units, [undated]

Machine No. 59-NP, NM, N6

6 28 17

Ex. Machine and G.E. Solar Collector, [undated]

Machine 59-FE

6 28 17

5 Position Manifold, [undated]

Machine No. 59-R, RT, SUR, C

6 28 18

Basing and Soldering, [undated]

Machine No. 89-BS, M, BH

2 30 19

Flashing and Soldering photos and Basing and Soldering 36 Head, [undated]

Machine No. 89-CSV

2 30 20

Butt Sealing (Tipless), [undated]

Machine No. 102-D

2 30 21

X-Ray Butt Sealing, [undated]

Machine No. 102-X

2 30 21

Beading, [undated]

Machine No. 104, 105-MBT

2 30 22

Forming Tool for Fluorescent Tubes, [undated]

Machine No. 116-FLO

2 30 23

G.E. Solar Heat Collector, [undated]

Machine No. 160-12-BFL

2 30 24

Sealing Machine and G.E. Solar Heat Collector, [undated]

Machine No. 160-12-BFL

2 30 25
Box Folder

A.S. Stem Machine, undated

Flare and Tube Gauge Tracings

44 1

A.S. Stem Machine, 1925

Flare Feed

44 2

A.S. Stem Machine, 1926-1940

Unloader

44 3

Auto Stem Machine No. 23-24P, [undated]

Drawings never used

44 4

Auto Stem Machine, [undated]

Drawings never used

44 5

Auto Stem Machine, [undated]

Blueprints

44 6

A.S. Stem Machine, 1925

Cane Feed Drawings

45 1

A.S. Stem Machine, 1925

Cane Feed Drawings

45 2

Specification drawings (index), [undated]

40 1-2

Fire, burner, miscellaneous, and tool drawings, [undated]

40 3

Small jobs, machine names and parts index, [undated]

40 4

Light bulb drawings and specifications, [undated]

40 5-6

 Subseries 3: Drafting Tools, undated

Box
45
Folder
4

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 Series 6 : Sales Records, 1924-1984

 Subseries 1: Customer Sales Lists, 1951-1958

Box Folder

[Customer sales lists], 1956-1958

40 7

[Customer sales lists], 1951-1952

40 8

 Subseries 2: Lamp Machinery Sales Records, 1929-1958

Box Folder

[Sales records], 1929-1938

40 9

[Sales records], 1937-1958

40 10

 Subseries 3: Eisler Catalogs, 1924-1979

Box Folder

[Catalog], 1924

40 11

[Catalog], 1929

40 12

[Catalog], 1933

40 13

[Catalog], 1934

40 14

[Catalog], 1935

40 15

[Catalog], 1936

40 16

[Catalog], 1937

40 17

[Catalog], 1938

40 18

[Catalog], 1941

40 19

[Catalog], 1945

40 20

[Catalog], 1948

40 21

[Catalog], 1949

40 22

[Catalog], 1950

40 23

[Catalog], 1951

40 24

[Catalog], 1953

40 25

[Catalog], 1955

40 26

[Catalog], 1956

40 27

[Catalog], 1958

40 28

[Catalogs], 1971, 1972, 1974, 1979

40 29

[Catalog], undated

40 30
Box

Index cards for Eisler catalog, 1945

43

 Subseries 4: Other companies' catalogs, 1945

Box Folder

Arrow Manufacturing and Machine Co., 1929

40 31

EnerPac Hydraulics Tools, 1983

40 32

Federal Standard Standard Stock Catalogue, 1930

40 33

General Elevator, 1984

40 34

Ideal, [1966?]

40 35

Photographs from magazines for new catalogs, undated

40 36

Index for catalog 43-B; CE-48B; 45-CE; 49-FLN, [undated]

40 37

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 Series 7 : Litigation and Patent Records, 1897-1953 (bulk 1926-1929)

 Subseries 1: Litigation Records, 1897-1953 (bulk 1926-1929)

Box Folder

General Electric vs. Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Co., 1927

Brief for the Defendant

On US Patents Nos. 1,128,120 and 1,220,836

41 1

General Electric vs. Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Co., 1926

Brief for the Defendants

In equity No. 1148

41 3

General Electric vs. Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Co., undated

Brief for the Defendants

In equity No. 1150

41 3

General Electric vs. Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Co., 1926

Brief for the Plaintiff

In equity No. 1148

41 4

General Electric vs. Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Co., undated

Plaintiff's brief

In equity No. 1150

41 5

General Electric vs. Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Co., undated

Brief for the Plaintiff-Appellant

41 6

General Electric vs. Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Co., undated

Brief for the Defendants-Appellees

Docket no. 4074

41 7

General Electric vs. Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Co., 1928

Brief for the Plaintiff

No. 3725, March 1928

No. 3748, March 1928

41 8

General Electric vs. Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Co., 1928 February 24

Brief for the Defendant-Appellants and Defendant-Appellees

Docket no. 3725

Docket No. 3748

41 9

General Electric vs. Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Co., 1928 March

Transcript of Record

41 10

General Electric vs. Charles Eisler and Eisler Engineering Co., 1929 October

Transcript of Record

Volume 2. Exhibit Book

Docket No. 4074

41 11

United States of America vs. General Electric Company, 1953

Opinion

Civil Action No. 1364

41 12

United States of America vs. General Electric Company, 1953

Final Judgment

Civil Action No. 4575

41 13

Antitrust/Lamp Monopoly, 1949

41 14

Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. vs. Beacon Lamp Co., Leopold Rossbach, C. L. Shoninger, A.H. Moses, L.E. Whicher and J.T. Hambay, 1897 March 1

Record

41 15

Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co. vs. Beacon Lamp Co., [1896], [1898]

Brief for Complainant, March 1898

In equity No. 11

Docket No. 58, September 1896

41 15

William Harris correspondence, 1927-1940

41 16

 Subseries 2: Patents, 1913-1931

Box Folder

Tube Patents, Book 3, 1924-1931

41 17

Raytheon Tube Patents, 1913-1929

41 18

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 Series 8 : Photographs, 1944-1967

 Subseries 1: By Machine Number, [?-1966]

Box Folder

Machine F0-1/B, undated

33 1

Machine 0, Coil Winding Machine, undated

33 2

Machine 00, Coil Winding Machine, undated

33 3-4

Machine 1, Coil Winding Machine, undated

33 5

Machine 2, Coil Winding Machine, undated

33 6-8

Machine 3, Coil Winding Machine, undated

33 9-10

Machine 4, Coil Winding Machine, undated

33 11-12

Machine 5, undated

33 13

Machine 7, Coil Winding Machine, undated

33 14-15

Machine 8, undated

33 16

Machine 9, undated

33 17

Machine 10, undated

33 18

Machine 11, 1944-1954

33 19-20

Machine 11, 1950-1961

33 21-22

Machine 11, 1961-1967

33 23-24

Machine 13, undated

33 25

Machine 16, Flare Machine, undated

33 26-27

Machine 18, Flare Machine, undated

33 28

Machine 20, undated

33 29

Machine 23, Stem Machine, 1943-1952

33 30

Machine 23, Stem Machine, 1953-1960

33 31-32

Machine 23, Stem Machine, 1963-1965

34 1

Machine 24, undated

34 2

Machine 25, undated

34 3

Machine 27, undated

34 4

Machine 32, undated

34 5

Machine 35, Stem Machine, undated

34 6

Machine 37, undated

34 7

Machine 38, undated

34 8

Machine 39, undated

34 9

Machine 40, undated

34 10

Machine 41, undated

34 11

Machine 43, undated

34 12

Machine 45, undated

34 13

Machine 47, undated

34 14-15

Machine 48, 1944-1960

34 16

Machine 57, 1945-1949

34 17

Machine 57, 1945-1961

34 18-19

Machine 57, 1950-1967

34 20-21

Machine 57, 1944-1967

34 22-23

Machine 58, Exhaust Machines, 1942

34 24

Machine 58, Exhaust Machines, 1942-1943

34 25

Machine 58, Exhaust Machines, 1944-1959

34 26-27

Machine 58, Exhaust Machines, 1960-1964

35 1-2

Machine 58-24G, [undated]

35 3

Machine 59, Neon Unit, 1944-1960

35 4-5

Machine 59, Neon Unit, 1961-1965

35 6

Machine 80, Vacuum Pumps, 1947-1966

35 7

Machine 82-1-G, [undated]

35 8

Machine 85, Furnace, 1944-1967

35 9-10

Machine 86/87, 1944, 1951-1952

35 11

Machine 88, 1944-1953

35 12

Machine 88, 1954-1955

35 13

Machine 88, 1955-1960

35 14-15

Machine 88, 1956-1962

35 16-18

Machine 88, 1963-1967

35 19

Machine 88, 1963-1967

36 1

Machine 89, 1944-1958

36 2-3

Machine 89, 1960-1964

36 4

Machine 89-BWF, [undated]

36 5

Machine 93, Welders, 1952-1961

36 6-7

Machine 94, Welders, 1951-1967

36 8

Machine 95, Welders, 1951-1966

36 9

Machine 96, Welders, 1959-1960

36 10

Machine 93/95/97/98, Welders, 1944-1958

36 11

Machine 99, Base Filler, 1944-1965

36 12-13

Machine 100/101, 1944-1963

36 14

Machine 102, 1944-1955

36 15-16

Machine 102, 1956-1965

36 17-19

Machine 102, 1961-1967

37 1-2

Machine 103, Base Filler, 1944-1949

37 3-4

Machine 103, Base Filler, 1964-1965

37 5-6

Machine 103, Base Filler, 1950-1964

37 7

Machine 105, 1944-1965

37 8

Machine 107, 1947, 1948, 1960

37 9

Machine 108, 1961-1963

37 10

Machine 110, 1952, 1955

37 11

Machine 111, 1944-1961

37 12

Machine 112, 1949, 1965

37 13

Machine 113, 1946-1966

37 14

Machine 114, 1949-1966

37 15

Machine 115, 1946-1967

37 16

Machine 116, 1944-1967

37 17-18

Machine 117, 1946, 1951

37 19

Machine 118, 1952-1965

37 20

Machine 119, 1952-1966

37 21

Machine 121, 1961

37 22

Machine, 130, 1956

37 23

Machine 132, 1947, 1951, 1960

37 24

Machine 133, 1944, 1950

37 25

Machine 135, 1946, 1959

37 26

Machine 137, 1944, 1947, 1952, 1960, 1961

37 27

Machine 138, 1943-1949

37 28

Machine 140, 1949

37 29

Machine 143, 1945-1965

37 30

Machine 144, 1954-1956

37 31

Machine 145, 1947

37 32

Machine 147, 1949, 1951, 1955, 1961

37 33

Machine 149, 1946-1963

37 34

Machine 150, 1946-1961

37 35

Machine 153, 1945

37 36

Machine 154, undated

37 37

Machine 160, 1944-1956

38 1-2

Machine 160, 1961-1967

38 3-4

Machine 161, Base Filler, 1944-1956

38 5-6

Machine 162-DF, undated

38 7

Machine 165, 1946, 1951

38 8

Machine 166, 1947, 1952

38 9

Machine, 170, Base Filler, circa 1950s

38 10

Machine, 175, 1951-1967

38 11

Machine 175-B3, undated

38 12

Machine 185, 1945-1946

38 13

Machine 200, 200 Series Welder, 1957, undated

38 14

Machine 202, 1954-1955

38 14

Machine 205, 1962

38 16

Machine 207, 1950-1966

38 17

Machine 210, 1950-1964

38 18

Machine 215, 1953-1964

38 19

Machine 215/225, 1952

38 20

Machine 220, 1955-1966, 1955-1966, undated

38 21

Machine 225, 1952

38 22

Machine 235, 1952-1960

38 23

Machine 250, 1952-1961

38 24

Machine 275, 1959-1966

38 25

Machine 310, undated

38 26

Machine 720, 1952

38 27

Machine, unidentified, undated

38 28

 Subseries 2: CAMS, 1950-1967

Box Folder

[CAMS], 1950

39 1

[CAMS], 1951

39 2

[CAMS], 1952

39 3-4

[CAMS], 1953

39 5

[CAMS], 1954-1955

39 6

[CAMS], 1956-1960

39 7

[CAMS], 1961-1967

39 8

 Subseries 3: Timers, Jigs, Transformers, and Electrodes, 1952-1960

Box
39
Folder
9

 Subseries 4: Welders, 1944-1952

Box Folder

[Welders], 1944-1945

39 10

[Welders], 1946

39 11

[Welders], 1947

39 12

[Welders], 1948

39 13

[Welders], 1949

39 14

[Welders], 1950

39 15

 Subseries 5: Welders, Tips, and Jigs and Fixtures, 1944-1952

Box Folder

[Welders, tips, jigs and fixtures], 1944

39 16

[Welders, tips, jigs and fixtures], 1945

39 17

[Welders, tips, jigs and fixtures], 1946

39 18

[Welders, tips, jigs and fixtures], 1947-1949

39 19

[Welders, tips, jigs and fixtures], 1950-1952

39 20

 Subseries 6: Miscellaneous, 1944-1957

Box Folder

[Miscellaneous], 1944-1950

39 21

[Miscellaneous], 1951-1952

39 22

[Miscellaneous], 1945-1957

39 23

Unidentified men working in factory (two, 5" x 7 mounted photographs), undated

39 24

Miscellaneous Eisler machines, undated

38 29

Exhibitions/trade shows, 1944

38 30

Foreign machines, undated

38 31

Competitors machines (3 folders), undated

38 32

Pencil and ink drawing of Eisler Factory No. 2, Glass Works Machinery, undated

9 31

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 Series 9: Scrapbooks, 1916-1959

Box

Scrapbook, 1943-1959 (bulk 1945-1955)

46

Scrapbook, 1916-1944, 1948, 1954

47

Scrapbook, 1924-1959

48

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