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Identifier: streetrailwayjo101894newy
Title: The Street railway journal
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Subjects: Street-railroads Electric railroads Transportation
Publisher: New York : McGraw Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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mpanysstreet cars which are now in use on a number of important roads invarious parts ot the country. The Abendroth & Root Manufacturing Co., of New York, madeno exhibit, but P. M. McLaren, the well known representative ofthis company, took an active interest in the Convention, and addedmany new friends to his already long list. He says the company willhave to be in it next time sure. The Bragg Fender Co., of Albany, N. Y., of which F. A. Bragg,the general manager, was the representative, exhibited a model ofof its new fender. The principal feature of this is that it is attacheddirectly to the truck instead of the car, and that any blow which itmay strike is cushioned by springs. The Chas. Munson Belting Co., of Chicago, 111., owing to thefailure of most of its goods to arrive at Atlanta, in time for the exhibi-tion, made only a very small showing compared with what it otherwisewould have done. The company showed only a few samples whichwere in charge of H. E. Skinner, of Chicago.

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EXHIBIT OF C. G. SMITH, OF NEW YORK, AND BENEDICT& BURNHAM MANUFACTURING CO., OF NEW YORK. The Scarritt Furniture Co., of St. Louis, Mo., exhibited a num.ber of very handsome car seats, including those in plush, rattan andleather finish. Two long seats were also shown, one finished in plushand the other in rattan. The company was represented by S. G. Scar-ritt, of St. Louis, and H. O. Nourse, of Chicago. F. R. Angell, of Chicago, represented the National Malleable Cast-ings Company, which showed several very fine specimens of the mallea-ble castings used in overhead work, also rail braces and chairs andgeneral castings for street car construction. This is the first exhibi-tion of this company at a street railway convention. November, 1894.] THE STREET RAILWAY JOURNAL 735 The Wadhams Oil & Grease Co., of Milwaukee, Wis., showedsamples of curve grease and motor lubricants and graphite axle grease.The company was represented by A. J. Moan, G. A. Wadhams and G.A. Streeter. An alum

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bookid:streetrailwayjo101894newy bookyear:1884 bookdecade:1880 bookcentury:1800 booksubject:Street_railroads booksubject:Electric_railroads booksubject:Transportation bookpublisher:New_York___McGraw_Pub__Co_ bookcontributor:Smithsonian_Libraries booksponsor:Smithsonian_Libraries bookleafnumber:757 bookcollection:smithsonian

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