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The Cambridge of eighteen hundred and ninety-six: a picture of the city and its industries fifty years after its incorporation (ed. Arthur Gilman) 4 0 Browse Search
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finish, store and office fixtures, drawer-cases, and washstands. A. H. Davenport has a large furniture factory on Bridge Street, East Cambridge, with Boston warerooms on Washington Street. The D. C. Storr furniture Co. is located on Thorndike Street, corner of First. Among other furniture manufacturers are G. F. Ericson, maker of wood mantels, cabinet and interior work, State Street, Cambridgeport; Graves & Phelps, tables; T. B. Wentworth, pulpits; A. M. & D. W. Grant, William W. Robertson, P. A. Pederson, and Lee L. Powers, makers of cabinet work. Miscellaneous manufactures. Boston Woven hose and Rubber Co. the reader is indebted for this interesting description of the Woven hose Co. To Colonel Theodore Ayrault Dodge.—editor. In 1870 Lyman R. Blake, the inventor of the original sole sewing machine, so successfully exploited by Gordon McKay, long a citizen of Cambridge, devised a machine for sewing up strips of rubber-coated canvas into hydraulic hose. This
ambridgeport Diary Co., 339-341. Dye-stuffs and chemicals. Jerome Marble & Co., 394. Farming tools. Breed Weeder Co., 395. Feather dusters. A. & E. Burton & Co., 394. Fertilizers. John C. Dow & Co., 394. Furniture. W. H. C. Badger & Co., 365. A. H. Davenport, 366. Ericson. G. F., 366. A. M. & D. W. Grant, 366. Graves & Phelps, 366. Irving & Casson. 365. Keeler & Co., 364. Otis Woodworks, 366. P. A. Pederson, 366. Lee L. Powers, 366. William W. Robertson, 366. Rourke & Kennedy, 366. A. B. & E. L. Shaw, 365. D. C. Storr Furniture Co., 366. T. B. Wentworth, 366. Electric heating. American Electric Heating Corporation, 351. Electric hoists. Walter W. Field, 355. Electric lighting and power. Cambridge Electric Light Co., 373. Electric wires and cables. Simplex Electrical Co., 351. Engineering, mechanical. E. D. Leavitt, 356. Expanded Metal work. Eastern Expanded Metal Co., 351. Foundry.