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Manufacturers Index - Hayes & Newman
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From 1865-04-22 Scientific American

During the 1860s Hayes & Newman, a partnership of Clark I. Hayes and Martin Newman, manufactured a patented circular ripsaw. They also manufactured bicycles early in the bicycle craze that began in the late 1860s.

Information Sources

  • Patent records provided much of the information here.
  • 1866-02-17 Scientific American. "Important to mill owners.—Double parallel edgers constantly on hand, edes from 2½ to 38 inches wide. For descriptive circulars and terms for rights address
    Hayes & Newman
    Unadilla, Otsego Co., N. Y."
  • 1867-02-23 Scientific American. "Important to lumbermen.—An immense saving of time and labor and a much better quality of lumber produced by the use of Hayes & Newman's Patent Double Parallel Edger. Edged all widths from 2½ to 38 inches, and perfectly adapted to making strips. Illustrated circulars and price list sent free on application. Address
    Hayes & Newman
    Unadilla, Otsego Co., N. Y."