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Edison & the 19th Century:
Object List

Step 1:
Preconditions
Step 2:
Invention
Step 3:
Promotion

Step 4:
Competition
Step 5:
Consequences

Listed below are the objects displayed in the 19th century section of Lighting A Revolution.


Section 1: Preconditions
Catalog # Object Name Date Dimensions (inches) Source
181,343 Henry "Yale" Magnet 1831 * Yale University
323,886 Voltaic Pile  1805 * Canisius College
315,114 Cruickshank Trough Battery 1801 * Joseph Priestly
322,934 J. Frederik Daniell Cell 1836 * Columbia University
315,801 Grenet Cell 1840 * Middlebury College
337,158 Georges Leclanche Cell 1868 * *
252,644 Thomas Davenport Motor (Patent model) 1837 * U.S. Patent Office
318,743 Charles G. Page Motor 1821 * Colgate University
180,034C Charles G. Page Motor  * * B&O Railroad
181,577 Gardiner Colton Motor 1847 * A.J. Davis
252,635 Moses Farmer Motor 1856 * *
308,567 W. Vergnes Motor (patent model) 1860 * U.S. Patent Office
327,899 Antonio Pancinotti Motor (reproduction) 1861 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
252,658 Edward Weston Motor (patent model) 1876 11H x 6W x 9.5D U.S. Patent Office
323,353 Hippolyte Pixii Generator  1832 * University of Virginia
326,309 Edward Clarke Generator 1837 * University of Georgia
181,550 Charles Page Generator 1845 * *
* Brevete Magneto (Frederick Holmes type) 1850s * from Union College
323,429 Charles Wheatstone Dynamo 1866 * King's College, London
322,249 Zenobe Gramme Dynamo 1874 * *
252,659 Edward Weston Dynamo  1878 * U.S. Patent Office
319,413 Leopoldo Nobili Galvanometer  1820s * *
314,741 Leopoldo Nobili Galvanometer 1830s 10H x 6DIA *
326,132 Demonstration Galvanometer mid-1800s * Mount St. Mary's College
315,113 Gauss Galvanometer mid-1800s * *
314,473 Edward Weston Electrodynamometer mid-1800s * Weston Instrument Co.
322,995 Tangent Galvanometer for telegraphy mid-1800s * Western Union
332,099 Tangent Galvanometer  mid-1800s * Wabash College
181,739 Henry iron magnet core  1827 * Mary Henry
181,740 Henry iron magnet cores 1827 * Mary Henry
315,390 Henry iron magnet core 1832 11H x 6W x 9.5D Bowdoin College
315,523 Henry iron magnet core 1827 * Mary Henry
181,458 Henry iron magnet core 1827 * Mary Henry
323,887 Electromagnet demonstration mid-1800s * *
252,673 Charles Page Induction Coil 1838 * *
325,969 Edward Ritchie Induction Coil 1868 * *
335,588 Telegraph Relay by Charles T. & J.N. Chester 1850s * Janet Lewis
327,945 Thomson-Houston Arc Lamp 1870s 32H x 18W x 9D *
251,235 William Wallace Plate Arc Lamp 1877 10.5H x 9W x 5.25D U.S. Patent Office
308,584 William Sawyer Incandescent Lamp (patent model) 1878 12H x 4DIA U.S. Patent Office
320,900 William Wallace Plate Arc Lamp 1877 13H x 12.5W x 3D IBM, William J. Hammer Collection
181,977 Moses Farmer Incandescent Lamp 1878 9.5H x 6DIA Sarah Farmer
251,230 Charles Brush Arc Lamp 1870s 49H x 24W x 12D U.S. Patent Office
252,655 Hiram Maxim Arc Lamp  1878 23H x 7.5DIA U.S. Patent Office
315,717 Jules Duboscq Arc Lamp 1860 19H x 9W x 9D U.S. Military Academy
252,646 Paul Jablochkoff "Candle" 1877 12.5H x 6DIA US Patent Office
181,644 William Wallace Dynamo  1877 * Coe Brass Manufacturing Company
181,717 Thomson-Houston Dynamo 1879 * General Electric Company

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Section 2: Invention
Catalog # Object Name Date Dimensions Source
310,582 Edison Bust by J. Beer, Jr., for the Phrenological Society of America 1878 * Frank Wardlow, Jr. and Frank Wardlow 
* Caveat, "Acoustic Transfer Telegraph"  10 July 1876 * *
* U.S. Patent #266,022 to Thomas Edison 1882 * *
* U.S. Patent #208,013 to Thomas Edison 1878 * *
* U.S. Patent #272,034 to Thomas Edison 1883 * *
* Assignment, Edison to Samuel Mills 23 April 1877 * *
* Document, "Case 118, Acoustic Telegraph"  16 May 1876 * *
* Preliminary Statement, "Case 118, Acoustic Telegraph" 17 August 1876 * *
* Admission of Priority, Interference case between Edison and Elisha Gray * * *
* Caveat #79, Acoustic Telegraph 10 July 1876 * *
* Assignment, Jay Gould to Atlantic & Pacific Telegraph Co. 19 July 1875 * *
252,622 Carbon-resistance telephone transmitter (patent model) 1878 * U.S. Patent Office
318,576 Improved Phonograph 1878 * Princeton University
* Notebook open to "Test Table" drawing 1880 * *
* "Notebook #3, Miscellaneous, Notes, Figures, &c" * * *
* Notebook open to page 188 - 189, "At E.M. Co." * * *
* Notebook open to "Coutinuous Alternate Current Dynamo Machines"  1882 * *
* Notebook open to page 30 -31, drawing of Johnson bevel-ring lamp 6 July 1881 * *
* Vacuum pump drawing 8 July 1880 * *
262,377 Assortment of experimental filament coatings 1879 * Mrs. George F. Barker
320,526 Assortment of experimental filaments about 1885 * IBM, William Hammer collection
* Bristol-board filaments (2) 1880 * U.S. Park Service
320,509 Bamboo filaments in a bundle 1880 * IBM, William Hammer collection
314,259 Bamboo plane  about 1881 * Vannevar Bush
* Glassblower's caliper 1880 * Corning Glass Works
* Glassblower's paddy 1880 * Corning Glass Works
310,578 New Years Eve Lamp 1879 * Frank Wardlow, Jr. and Frank Wardlow 
181,798 Wooden mogul-screw based Lamp, 16cp. 1880 * General Electric Co.
180,932.02 Wooden mogul-screw base socket 1880 2" L x 2.75" DIA. IBM, William Hammer Collection
318,629 Wooden mogul-screw based Lamp, 8cp. 1880 * Princeton University
181,799 Wooden Johnson bevel-ring lamp 1881 * General Electric Co.
180,934 Plaster Johnson bevel-ring lamp 1881 * J. E. Hinds
320,735 Johnson bevel-ring socket 1881 * IBM, William Hammer Collection
318,664 Plaster collared lamp 1881 * Princeton University
318,677 Medium-screw base with plaster insulator lamp 1884 * Princeton University
na Edison notebook pages (reproductions) August 1879 * Edison National Historic Site

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Section 3: Promotion
Catalog # Object Name Date Dimensions Source
160,081 Painting of SS Columbia * * John Roach and Son
318,717 Knife Switch  1880s 5H x 14W x 5.5D Princeton University
262,476 Edison Chemical Meter  about 1882 15H x 13.5W x 5.5 or 17D The Easton Gas & Electric Co.
331,146 Edison Ammeter 1880s 12.75H x 9.5W x 4.5D Western Union
337,118 Edison fan motor 1880s 10H x 7W x 8.5D James M. & Reathie L. McKee
314,919 Edison cable sample about 1885 23.5H x 2DIA Consolidated Edison Co., New York
314,917 Edison junction box about 1885 13H x 36W x 10D Consolidated Edison Co., New York
318,726 Wooden Knife Switch  * 11H x 12W x 5D Princeton University
318,719 Wooden Knife Switch  * 7H x 9.5W x 2D Princeton University
318,718 Wooden Knife Switch  * 7H x 11.5W x 2.5D Princeton University
328,092 Rotary Switch 1880s 4H x 6.5DIA George C. Maynard
273,182 Rotary Switch 1880s 4H x 4W x 4D Charles H. Newton
181,754 Bergmann Rotary Switch & Cover 1887 4.5H x 5DIA George C. Maynard
309,605 Model of Pearl Street Station 1928 * The New York Edison Co.
180,944 Dynamo switch  1881 6H x 10W x 2D Hinds, Ketchum Co.
180,942 Dynamo switch 1881 4.5H x 5.5W x 2.5D Hinds, Ketchum Co.
180,943 Fuse 1881 4H x 5W x 1.5D Hinds, Ketchum Co.
180,946 Fuse 1881 10H x 7W x 5.5D Hinds, Ketchum Co.
180,934 Plaster Johnson Bevel-ring lamp 1881 5.25H x 2.25DIA Hinds, Ketchum Co.
180,940.01 Johnson Bevel-ring socket and fixture 1881 20H x 2DIA Hinds, Ketchum Co.
180,940.02 Mogul Screw-base socket and fixture 1881 18H x 2.5W x 3.5D Hinds, Ketchum Co.
180,941 Resistance coil 1881 14.75H x 6.5W x 7D Hinds, Ketchum Co.
180,939 Johnson Bevel-ring printer's luminaire 1881 24H x 5W x 15D Hinds, Ketchum Co.
* Luminaire with two medium screw-base sockets about 1890 11H x 14W x 11D National Park Service
10,175 Combination gas / electric luminaire  about 1890 10H x 11W x 10D National Park Service
* Two converted gas luminaires with lamps about 1890 11.5H x 12.5W x 8D Mt. Vernon Museum of Incandescent Lighting

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Section 4: Competition
Catalog # Object Name Date Dimensions Source
327,831  Sawyer-Man lamp  1885 Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
323,557 Swan lamp 1881 *
181,804 Edison lamp 1886 General Electric Co.
327,785 Edison lamp 1888 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
1997.0388.80 Westinghouse "Stopper" lamp about 1894 6.75 L x 3 DIA from General Electric Lighting Co.
1997.0388.79 Thomson-Houston Decorative lamp about 1890 5.5 L x 2.75 DIA from General Electric Co.
327,839 Sterling carbon lamp about 1900 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
327,830 Fostoria carbon lamp about 1900 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
318,641 Brush-Swan carbon lamp about 1885 * Princeton University
181,980 Maxim carbon lamp 1881 * Sarah J. Farmer
318,666 New Type Edison lamp about 1890 * Princeton University
311,930 Westinghouse carbon lamp about 1890 * Newark College of Engineering
318,674 Vitrite-Luminoid carbon lamp 1890 * Princeton University
320,675 Columbia "USONA" carbon lamp about 1905 * *
327,856 United Electric Improvement Co. carbon lamp about 1894 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
318,749 Columbia carbon lamp about 1890 5.75 L x 2.75 DIA Colgate University, Dept. of Physics & Astronomy
230,836 Phelps twist-style Hy-Lo carbon lamp about 1895 * General Electric Co.
325,794 Perkins carbon lamp about 1890 * Thompson Equipment Company
335,363 Peerless carbon lamp about 1890 * Robert F. Hoke
318,634 Weston carbon lamp about 1887 * Princeton University
320,673 Maxim carbon lamp about 1881 * IBM, William Hammer collection
327,811 Ediswan carbon lamp about 1885 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
323,559 Elblight carbon lamp about 1890 * *
318,642 Weston carbon lamp 1882 * Princeton University
327,799 Imperial Bryan-Marsh carbon lamp about 1900 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
327,853 Sunbeam carbon lamp 1900 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
327,829 United Electric Improvement Co. lamp about 1894 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
318,607 Shelby carbon lamp  about 1905 * Princeton University
314,289.16 Knowles carbon lamp  about 1895 * C. Locklin
314,289.17 Pond carbon lamp  about 1895 * C. Locklin
314,289.18 K&W carbon lamp  about 1895 * C. Locklin
327,840 McNutt carbon lamp  about 1895 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
327,796 Capital carbon lamp  about 1900 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
327,800 Independent carbon lamp  about 1895 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
327,792 Buckeye carbon lamp  about 1895 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
320,761 Ediswan socket  about 1890 * IBM, William Hammer collection
327,857 United Electric Improvement Co. socket  about 1894 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
320,763 Swan socket  * * IBM, William Hammer collection
320,748 Insulite Thompson-Houston socket  about 1895 * IBM, William Hammer collection
320,746 Westinghouse socket  about 1899 * IBM, William Hammer collection
214,331 Nernst lamp with Westinghouse plug  1902 * Nernst Lamp Company
* Book by Latimer: "Incandescent Electric Lighting" * * *
* C.S. 825 - "The Edison Electric Light" * * *
* C.S. 825 - "The Edison System of Incandescent Lighting" * * *
* Booklet: "Westinghouse Co. Infringements of the Edison Patents" * * *
* List of Edison "Z" dynamos" * * *
* Columbia College, lit by Edison Co. 1884 * *
* Booklet: "The United Electric Light & Power Co." * * *
* Booklet by Sprague: "Electric Lighting; Its State and Progress, 1878" 1878 * *
* Booklet: "A Warning from the Edison Electric Light Co." * * *
* Booklet: "Street Lighting by the Edison Municipal System" * * *
* Book by Johnson: "Safeguards Against Fire" * * *
* Catalog with colored drawing on cover: "The Edison Electric Light" * * *
* Book by Levey: "Electric Light Primer" about 1890 * *
* "Financial & Commercial Success of Electric Lighting" 1885 * *
* U.S. Circuit Court: "The Edison Incandescent Lamp Case"  1891 * *
* Book: "The Edison Electric System: Light and Power" (2nd Edition) * * *
* Catalog: "The Columbia Incandescent Lamp Co." * * *
* Catalog: "The Nernst Lamp" * * *
* Book: "Electric Lighting" (open to pages 18 & 19) * * *
* Catalog: "Sawyer-Man Electric Co." * * *
* Catalog: "Brush-Swan System" * * *
* Catalog: "Das Edison-Licht" * * *
* Catalog: "La Lumiere Edison" * * *
* Catalog: "The Mather System" * * *
* Catalog: "Stanley Transformer" (open to illustration on page 15)" * * *
* Catalog: "Facts About the Sprague Electric Stationary Motor" * * *
* Picture: Factory of the U.S. Electric Lighting Co., Newark, N.J. * * *
* Catalog: "Adams-Bagnall Electric," Cleveland * * *
* Catalog: "Sprague Motor Operating Elevator" (open to illustration on page 9) * * *
* Catalog: "Brush Electric Co.," Cleveland * * *
* Catalog: "Schuyler Electric Light Co." * * *
318,351 Thomson voltmeter about 1891 * Princeton University
322,811 National Electric ammeter * * State University of NY, Buffalo
318,376 Slattery ammeter * * Princeton University
313,670 Edison "Kennelly" ammeter * * Weston Electrical Instrument Corp.
317,692 Hartmann & Braun ammeter * * Iowa State University
319,238 Weston ammeter about 1890 * Daystrom Inc.
219,027 Thomson-Houston voltmeter about 1890 * Potomac Electric Power Co.
318,356 Thomson-Rice ammeter * * Princeton University
1979.0299.47 GE Thomson voltmeter about 1903 * American Museum of Electricity
314,968 Norton voltmeter * * E. P. Custis
318,320 Westinghouse ammeter * * Princeton University
319,443 Gardiner electro magnetic meter * * Mrs. Donald Bliss
314,411 Stanley phase-indicator ammeter * * Weston Electrical Instrument Corp.
313,286 Edison General Electric ammeter 1890 * Weston Electrical Instrument Corp.
314,459 Stanley static ground detector about 1896 * Weston Electrical Instrument Corp.
318,350 Ft. Wayne "Wood" Ammeter about 1890 * Princeton University
326,483 Ft. Wayne "Wood" Meter about 1895 * General Electric Co.
326,921 Biddle wattmeter about 1895 * Trinity College
336,453 Weston voltmeter about 1900 * Donald Hoke
1998.0112.01 Ft. Wayne "Wood" Voltmeter for AC about 1890 4 D x 11.5 DIA Vincent King
* Western Electric voltmeter * * National Park Service
318,301 Thomson Wattmeter  about 1887 * Princeton University
1979.0299.37 Western Electric ammeter * * American Museum of Electricity
* Interactive display with transformer, meters, and lamps * * *
311,853 Gaulard & Gibbs transformer 1883 * Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing Co.
322,808 Stanley transformer (reproduction) 1886 * *
327,571 Ferranti transformer * * Sabastian de Ferranti
318,553 Westinghouse transformer 1887 * Princeton University
1979.0299.28 Thomson watt-hour meter 1890s * American Museum of Electricity
1979.0299.67 Sangamo DC watt-hour meter 1890s * American Museum of Electricity
322,183 Westinghouse wattmeter about 1894 * Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1979.0299.29 Westinghouse wattmeter about 1889 * American Museum of Electricity
318,349? Western Electric Watthour meter 1910s * Princeton University
1979.0299.41 Stanley wattmeter 1890s * American Museum of Electricity
327,573 Ferranti generator  1883 * Sabastian de Ferranti
315,075 Brush generator 1884 * Massachusetts Institute of Technology
181,720 Thomson-Houston generator 1885 * General Electric Co.
319,260 Edison 6kw motor about 1883 * Brown University
311,854 Tesla AC motor 1888 * Westinghouse Electric Manufacturing Co.
313,044 C&C sewing machine motor 1886 * Crocker - Wheeler Electric Manufacturing Co.
320,572 Edison Z-type generator, rated at 60 lamps (52 amps at 110 volts)  about 1888 * University of Minnesota
305,262 Edison Voltmeter 1880s * Roller-Smith Company
* Edison Voltmeter 1880s * *
318,707 Edison porcelain junction-box 1880s 4H x 7W x 4D Princeton University
314,474 Edison Bergmann ammeter 1880s * Weston Electrical Instrument Company
* Rheostat (Edison Type) 1880s * *
318,252 Westinghouse single-phase generator (220 volts, 40 amps) about 1888 * Cornell University
322,556 Exciter generator 1880s * Princeton University
313,277 Westinghouse Voltmeter 1880s 17H x 10W x 5D Princeton University
325,383 Westinghouse Voltmeter 1880s 17H x 10W x 5D Drexel University
* Westinghouse Ammeter 1880s 15H x 11W x 5D *
* Fuse (Westinghouse System) 1880s * *
* Fuse (Westinghouse System) 1880s * *

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Section 5: Consequences
Catalog # Object Name Date Dimensions Source
322,844 Westinghouse dynamo nameplate 1897 * Niagara - Mohawk Power Co.
* Power Station generator model  * * NMAH Construction
315,850 Power Station turbine model  1892 * Niagara - Mohawk Power Co.
320,523 cable section 1895 * IBM [Hammer collection]
318,344 porcelain insulator 1895 * *
* Carborundum sample * * Mrs. Edward Acheson
* Carborundum sample-wheel on card * * *
51690 Aluminum sample - face * * Pittsburgh Reduction Co.
51690 Aluminum sample - owl * * Pittsburgh Reduction Co.
51629 Aluminum sample - ingot * * Pittsburgh Reduction Co.
51679 Aluminum sample - "faucet handles" * * Pittsburgh Reduction Co.
51688 Aluminum sample - sheet * * Pittsburgh Reduction Co.
* Booklet: "The Wonders of Niagara" * * Warshaw Collection of Business Americana, NMAH
* Ink-blotter and advertisement: "Triscuit" * * Warshaw Collection of Business Americana, NMAH
* Two ink-blotters and advertisement: "Shredded Wheat" * * Warshaw Collection of Business Americana, NMAH
330,999 General Electric Heater about 1893 18H x 18W x 8D Phillip Klien
330,997 Hoover vacuum cleaner 1908 * The Hoover Company
330,712 American Electrical Heater tea kettle 1904 * Lawrence R. Friel
1991.0410.02 Spot Reducer massager * 3.5 L x 3.5 W x 6 H Bernard S. Finn
333,893 Egg-stirrer * 10 H x 6 DIA x  Alfred T. Giller
330,718 Manning Bowman cigar lighter 1911 * Mrs. Walter Lindquist
1990.3115 Cigar lighter figurene * 7 L x 2.25 W x 4.5 H Bernard S. Finn
330,714 Shaving mug 1914 * LeRoy Halsey
330, 721 Daniel Woodhead glue pot * * Thomas J. Kliminiski
314,346 Appliance wattmeter * * Weston Electrical Instrument Co.
1989.0643.02 Weller soldering-iron prototype 1941 * Carl Weller
330,665 GE Hotpoint heating pad * * General Electric Co.
1990.0401 Kimco electric socks * 9 L x 6.5 W x 4 H Bernard S. Finn
330,770 Simplex waffle iron about 1910 * Mrs. Ted Bussman
1979.1044.02 Universal kitchen set 1926 13 L x 9.5 W x 9 H Marabeth S. Finn
329,791 Iron 1906 * *
330,776 Marshmallow toaster about 1909 * Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Hunter
1991.0410.03 Kenmore hair-dryer about 1949 7.5 L x 4 W x 9 H Bernard S. Finn
330,647 Curtis & Crocker fan 1886 * Chicago Museum of Science & Industry
330,673 General Electric fan about 1892 * General Electric Company
328,749  Edison Electric fan 1880s * Dept. of Physics, Amherst College
1997.0387.25a and .25b Hunter ceiling fans (2) about 1897 * Mt. Vernon Museum of Incandescent Lighting
1979.1044.01 Lyhne Desk Lamp about 1911 * Marabeth S. Finn
70.37 "Solar" lamp converted to electricity (with small shade) about 1920 13 H x 7 DIA  Clara B. Blackmar
65.180 Kerosene lamp converted to electricity (with bird shade) about 1920 21.5 H x 11 DIA Mrs. Fielding Pope Meigs
* 1840s gas lighting fixture converted to electricity around 1895 about 1895 * Mt. Vernon Museum of Incandescent Lighting
* Combination electric and gas lighting fixtures about 1895 * Mt. Vernon Museum of Incandescent Lighting
1981.595.02 Wall-mounted sconce about 1920 15 H x 7 W x 4.5 D *
1991.837.01 "Watchdog Nite-Lite" about 1950 6 L x 6.25 H x 3.5 W *
1995.0340.01 Sign from U. S. Patent Office * 18 L x 9 W x 2.5 H Robert C. Reed
1992.0284.02 Rambusch church wall-fixture 18 L x 16.5 W x 4 H Rambusch
1992.0284.01 Rambusch church wall-fixture about 1908 14.5 L x 11 W x 1/16 [1] H Rambusch
1990.136.02 Table lamp with Emeralite shade 1907 20 H x 12 DIA
* Flashlights about 1940 * Eveready Battery Co.
1994.0219.01 Ever Ready Flashlight Cane  about 1910 * Lawrence N. Ravick
350,649 Electric Table lamp about 1910 14 H x 5 W x  Miss M.H. Avery
x-93-1 Photographic pendant lamp about 1899 16 H x 16 DIA (prop)
1992.0284.03 Rambusch ceiling fixture about 1939 27 L x 27 DIA Rambusch
329,287 General Electric model D-12 toaster 1910s * *
334,586 Universal model E945 toaster about 1920 7.5 L x 4.25 W x 9.5 H Edmond Chenette
1991.1.1 Universal / LFC model E9410 toaster about 1928 14cm D x 21.5 W x 22 H gift of Richard J. & Fannie V. Beall
1992.338.19 Waters-Genter model 1A1 toaster about 1926 12cm D x 26 W x 19 H Gift of Joyce Barth & Florence E. Scuderi from the Belford Giberson Collection
1992.338.28 Universal / LFC model E7212F toaster about 1930 7.5 L x 5 W x 8 H Gift of Joyce Barth & Florence E. Scuderi from the Belford Giberson Collection
336,530 Sunbeam model B toaster about 1925 12 L x 7 W x 5 H from Mr. & Mrs. Harry Failing
1992.338.2 Estate Electric model 77 toaster about 1925 7.5 L x 7.5 W x 7 H Gift of Joyce Barth & Florence E. Scuderi from the Belford Giberson Collection
1988.227.01 Toast-O-Lator model J toaster about 1940 30cm L x 11.5 W x 24.5 H *
8010 T.A. Edison "Edicraft" toaster about 1929 12 L x 6.5 W x 8 H from the National Park Service
1987.0368.01 Toastmaster model 1A5 toaster about 1950 10 L x 4.5 W x 7 H Bernard S. Finn
1992.338.04 Universal / LFC model E7222 toaster about 1925 13cm D x 21.2 W x 20 H Gift of Joyce Barth & Florence E. Scuderi from the Belford Giberson Collection
MN7891-A Electric coal-cutter * * Jeffrey Manufacturing Co
1980.0405.01 AC control board * * Consolidated Edison Co. of New York, Inc.
1980.0405.04 Group switch and circuit breakers * * Consolidated Edison Co. of New York, Inc.
1980.0405.03 DC feeder selector switch assembly * * Consolidated Edison Co. of New York, Inc.
1998.0162.01 Elevator 1902 * Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Decorative Arts & Design
321,385 Westinghouse street-car controller 1910 * Robert M. Vogel

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