Pictured: Alonzo S. Thomas and Wife Annie, c.1907. “Old Bill - Our First Car. Year 1907. Built by Terry Stafford.” Image Courtesy of Kansas Memory. The Man Behind the Watch.
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: Portrait of Henry S. Montgomery, Published in the Santa Fe Magazine, March 1924. Henry S. Montgomery established the watch service department of the Santa Fe Railway System and served.
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.
Every new model design at the Elgin National Watch Company started on paper in the drafting department. When the “Veritas Model” was envisioned in the late 1890s, the company turned.
Charles P. Corliss, Model Maker at the Elgin National Watch CompanyPhotograph Published in The Watch Word, January 1922 Charles Pelatiah Corliss was a model maker at the Elgin National Watch.