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Manufacturers Index - Ticonderoga Machine Co.
History
Last Modified: Oct 22 2018 8:40PM by joelr4
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      "The Ticonderoga Machine Company, of Ticonderoga, N. Y., has recently increased its capital to $125,000, and has purchased new property in the vicinity of ite old works, including a large addition to its water-power. A shop 144 x 80 feet, and a five-foot iron trunk and turbine, are now about completed. This shop i a model in convenience and equipment, and no pains or money have been spared to make it equal to any similar plant in the country. The Ticonderoga Machine Company, in addition to its other business, consisting of mining machinery, paper mill, special machines, etc., will manufacture and sell the Woodbury, Merrill, Patten and Woodbury air engine, having perfected an agreement with the patentees by which the Ticonderoga Company becomes the sole licensee for New England, New York and New Jersey.

      The air engine will be made a specialty, and the results now being attained in the way of economy by this engine are said to promise a large field for it.

      The company has opened an office for sale of its machinery at room B, 126 Liberty street, New York, where Mr. W. B. Hammond, manager of sales department, will be pleased to attend to the wants of patrons." (Quote from 1891.)

Information Sources

  • The Electrical Engineer, V12, 05 Aug 1891, pg. 150