Pictured: Illustration of the Ogden Mansion After the Fire, 1871 (top). Stereoscopic View - Mahlon D. Ogden Mansion, After the Great Chicago Fire, Published by W.D. Fay & Co., 1871.
Pictured: Raymond Otis Wales, The Topeka State Journal, July 31, 1917. The Man Behind the Advertising The Santa Fe Watch Company relied heavily on successful advertising campaigns to sell their.
Pictured: Abraham Bitner, Published in History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Ellis and Evans, 1883 From an early age, Abraham Bitner was involved in many business ventures around Lancaster, Pennsylvania,.
Pictured: William Sylvester Eaton, c.1924. William Sylvester Eaton was a pivotal figure in the American watch industry. After spending his childhood in Waltham, Massachusetts, Eaton moved to Sag Harbor, New.
Despite receiving little credit for his contributions, the early dial manufacturing process in the United States was greatly influenced by John Webb. Dial making was a delicate process requiring a.
The Elgin "Veritas Model" Cutaway Drawing, by William A. Gabriel Most collectors have admired this detailed cutaway drawing of the 23-Jewel Veritas at some point in time. It is almost.