Pictured: Dynamo Room of the Brush Electric Light Station in Philadelphia, The Electrical World, February 12, 1887. In the March 1888 edition of the Journal of the Franklin Institute, Professor.
Pictured: Portrait of Edwin James Houston. In the March 1888 edition of the Journal of the Franklin Institute, Professor Edwin J. Houston published a comprehensive article exploring several experiments conducted.
Pictured: Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Company Advertisement, Locomotive Engineers’ Journal, August 1887 As soon as the Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Company was able to introduce their new watches to the American market,.
Pictured: J.J. Badollet Repeater, Produced for the Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Company, [Image Courtesy of Jones & Horan Auctions] The Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch Company was initially organized in 1886 to facilitate.
Pictured: “The Wonder of the Age - Geneva Non-Magnetic Watch.” The Janesville Daily Gazette, November 1, 1887. The early evolution of the Non-Magnetic Watch Company became more chaotic as Alfred.
Pictured: Charles Willis Ward, Portrait, American Lumberman, October 14, 1911. Shortly after Charles-Auguste Paillard began commercializing his palladium hairspring in 1883, the opportunity for broader production and marketing caught the.