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historic Brunnerville Iron Foundry and Agricultural Works

John B. Kline

historic Brunnerville Iron Foundry and Agricultural Works

by John B. Kline

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Published by J.B. Kline in [Reamstown? Pa.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Brunnerville (Pa.),
  • Pennsylvania,
  • Brunnerville
    • Subjects:
    • Brunnerville Iron Foundry and Agricultural Works (Brunnerville, Pa.) -- History.,
    • Iron foundries -- Pennsylvania -- Brunnerville -- History.,
    • Agricultural machinery -- Pennsylvania -- Brunnerville -- History.,
    • Brunnerville (Pa.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementwritten by John B. Kline.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTS229.5.P4 K55 1976
      The Physical Object
      Pagination40 p. :
      Number of Pages40
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2777681M
      LC Control Number86140946

      Interior of an iron foundry, Interior of an iron foundry. Five workers carry a holder with molten metal. Part of the collection pastels, iron and steel industry, melting, extracting from ore, blast furnace, Pieter de Josselin de Jong (mentioned on object), - , paper, chalk, h 75 cm × w cm d 7 cm Interior of an iron foundry. Currently we have pix, history and additional information on over different foundries. Access to this wealth of information is FREE to the WAGS membership. Griswold, Wapak, Favorite Ware, Wagner Ware, Wapak are some of the more recognized foundries for cast iron and aluminum cookware.

      The year before, Chicago suffered its disastrous fire and needed all kinds of iron castings to reconstruct its buildings and machinery, and Charles saw a need. Shumway took as his partner A. N. Merrill, who had started a small foundry in but had been bought out by D. R. Sperry in In , Merrill retired and Charles Osgood took his.   Soon the Johnson Iron Works had a contract to produce sixty-four additional guns as well as the shot and shell that made them a deadly addition to the U.S. arsenal. By this period the younger Johnson seems to have assumed the helm of the foundry now employing more than .

      Find 15 listings related to Brunnerville Iron Foundry in Lancaster on See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for Brunnerville Iron Foundry locations in Lancaster, PA. The ancient Chinese casting techniques Male, born in Jiaxing, Zhejiang Province. He graduated from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in He is a specialist of ancient Chinese bronze and art casting and has been a researcher of Shanghai Museum and the director-commissioner of the Art Casting Technical Committee of China Foundry Association. Mr.


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traces the history of the Brunnerville Iron Foundry to its humble beginnings in a wagon shop. Eventually, Aaron Wissler purchased the Foundry in and added a machine shop and agricultural works. He then added a working iron foundry. Aaron Wissler was very ahead of his time, and.

The Brunnerville Foundry and Agricultural Works may be gone, but it’s memory lives on thanks in part to your notebook you left for us to find. The contents of the time capsule. Close-up view of the 5 Wissler family photos, which were discovered among other artifacts in the time capsule.

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The Ferracute Machine-Works was founded in by Oberlin Smith, an inventor who experimented with new metal presses and molds.

The book History of Northern Wisconsin, available online courtesy of the Genealogy Trails History ds's Iron Works and Foundry were established by J. Richards, in The business is still conducted by him and H. Richards, his son. The works are principally employed in the manufacture of engines and agricultural implements.

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Some of these companies may not be actual foundries but may have just had their name put on pieces by another Size: KB. In it was first started by Peter Brunner as a wagon shop.

Eventually, Aaron Wissler purchased the Foundry in and added a machine shop and agricultural works. He then added a working iron foundry. The foundry manufactured many items including pump-troughs, cellar grates, hitching posts, cook stoves, and various other iron products.

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Elements cast in gray iron or ductile iron from drawings or from salvaged original architectural components. Another section of that back describes their galvanizing business: "A.

Lincoln FRAME who started in the foundry business intrading under the name of the Gray Iron Foundry Company, adding a galvanizing department to his works in and has since employed 12. A Local History of Ironville & Codnor Park 1 In the Beginning Before Ironville or Codnor Park there was a place called Smithycote.

Smithycote was a settlement in the Codnor Park area, mentioned in the Domesday Book. The names of the Anglo Saxon residents and other information is also detailed. Pennsylvania has a long and rich history with iron production.

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Barnes had been president of the Tiffin Agricultural Works but resigned to come help organize the company. Brothers George August (G.A.) Mithoff, born Author: Joyce Harvey. The exhibit is the largest collection ever displayed on the Brunnerville Iron Foundry.

Museum hours are Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Monday through Saturday beginning Memorial Day. The Burden Iron Works was an iron works and industrial complex on the Hudson River and Wynantskill Creek in Troy, New once housed the Burden Water Wheel, the most powerful vertical water wheel in history.

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