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Northrop, E. B.; Chittenden, H. A., Jr. (ed.) / The Wisconsin lumberman, devoted to the lumbering interests of the northwest
(July, 1874)

Yale Lock Manufacturing Company. Progress of the manufacture of locks and of bronze ornamental hardware--description of one of New England's leading manufactures,   pp. 377-386 PDF (3.1 MB)


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The Wiseonsmn Lvnberrnan.
and the general manufacturing facilities
fully doubled, in order to keep pace with
the steadily increasing demand for their
production. Bath the locks and the
bronze goods have become staple articles
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with the hardware trade and cons*--
a portion of the regular stock of the
principal dealers in all parts of the
country. Indeed, so great has become
the demand that until quite recently the
company were unable to WA their orders,
but their present arrangements are such
as to enable them to supply the trade
promptly.
The death of Mr. Linus Yale, Jr.,
formerly president of the company, oc-
curred about five years ago. He was
succeeded by Mr. Henry R. Towne, who
has long had the direction of the man5l
facturing department, and now controls
the entire management of the business.
Their illustrated catalogues, giving
specific information regarding the vari-
oas style of Yale locks, are eminently
worthy of examination by the hardware
trade, and will be found of interest to
all who take pride in the successful de-
velopment of American manufactures.
AU dealers not already supplied with
these catalogues are advised to apply to
the company for them, and the same will
be forwarded wLthout charge.
The principal office is at the works in
Stamford; the New York salesroom is at
No. 298 Broadway, and the company
have agencies as follows:
Boston-A. T. Young, 26 Broad street;
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