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‘Whatsits’ - By John Verrill, Executive Director, Early American Industries Association One of the pleasures of working in the EAIA office is… ...
Street Lighting - Excerpted from The Chronicle, Volume III, No. 17, October 1948 By Bertram K. Little The 18th century brought great advances… ...
The Bygone Cobbler - Excerpted from The Chronicle, Volume III, No. 10, March 1947 By Jared Van Wagenen The community tanner and cobbler have… ...
The Black Arte - From The Chronicle Volume XII, No. 1, March 1959 by Eloise Stedman Meyers When you broil that juicy steak over… ...
The Bath Tub Hoax - From The Chronicle Vol. 2, No. 5, June 1938 By Joseph E. Sandford [Mr. H.' L. Mencken, to whom I… ...
baldwin patent hinge sketch The Secret Joint Hinge - From The Chronicle, Volume  3, No. 1, July 1944 By Rudolf Hommel A close study of old houses in eastern… ...
Manufacture of Tacks, Brads & Sprigs - From The Chronicle, Volume 1, No. 3 March 1934 By Earle T. Goodnow The following information was secured from a… ...
image of Brainard's improved paint mill Early Methods of Grinding Paint - Excerpted from The Chronicle, Vol. XVIII, No. 3, Sept. 1965 by Alexander Farnham For our early ancestors, the stone and… ...
printing press 1798 Printing in Colonial America - Excerpted from The Chronicle Vol. VIII, No. 3, July 1955 By Edwin C. Whittemore Printing, in the sense that we… ...
log pipe end shaper and reamer Wooden Water Pipes - Excerpted from The Chronicle, Vol. II, No. 3, January 1938; no author credited Prior to about 1820, pipes for con­veying… ...