General Electric (Fort Wayne Electric Company) Bradley Alternating Motor model number 210, attached to wood display base. Named for Fort Wayne Electric Works engineer Charles S. Bradley, Patented December 1, 1885, manufactured May 1902. Original GE d... View Full Record
General Electric Fractional H. P. Motor or "croquet ball' motor; black painted spherical metal body on tripod legs, brass plaque that reads "FORT WAYNE ELECTRIC WORKS WOOD A. C. MOTOR..." Original GE display labels in accession file.
4" H x 3 1/2"... View Full Record
GE motor encased in a clear acrylic case and it is resting on a wooden base. The Motor was made as a "Form G Sales Aid" This 1952 sales aid for the Form G shows the internal construction. During the developmental stage of the Form G, as a way of keep... View Full Record
This motor was manufactured in 1911 by the "Fort Wayne Electric Works -- Wood Systems -- General Electric Company." It is a single phase induction motor and reveals the Rapid Refinement of fractional horsepower motor design in the first decade of thi... View Full Record
The motor is a Form B (Explosion-Proof); Cutaway. Made in Fort Wayne 1947. Original display card missing, but the picture displays the card. "This 1/4 cutaway of a Form B explosion proof motor was manufactured at Taylor Street, Fort Wayne, in Novembe... View Full Record
This is a tachometer generator manufactured at the East Broadway Plant in April 1960. It would typically be used in a speed control system . During WWII, specialty designs like this were made in thousands of designs for military applications. Origina... View Full Record
Brunswick rubberband duckpin bowling pin from the GE Club; finished wood with black rubber band around center, red stripe painted around neck of pin; paint rubbing off, pin is dented and nicked as is the rubber band. Part of a full set with one spare... View Full Record
Coil Tester: used for testing coils at General Electric; wooden box; varnished; three brass terminals at one end; faint markings appear over two terminals; one terminal on long side of tester.... View Full Record
Dark wood case; varnishes; two brass hinges; button-operated spring clasp on side. Silver color circular dial with single needed marked with 0 to 90 scales; face of dial etched "E. A. BARNES." Three brass screw contact and brass carrying handle on... View Full Record
From old card: General Electric portable sewing machine in a black leather case. Machine painted green with attached electric cord. Small light attached on left side. Model 5BA41BA3. 26.9 cm long. 16.4 cm deep. (a) Black electric cord. (b) Foot pedal... View Full Record
Box of 12 blue flash bulbs; box is yellow and blue cardboard, marked "TWELVE BLUE BULBS #5B GUARANTEED Rhenium flashbulbs GENERAL ELECTRIC"; bottom of box has a usage chart.
Was originally bought for use with camera set 1999.25.1 A-D.
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"Hotpoint" Curling Iron: Electric hand-held curling iron. Black handle, chrome iron with thumb lever to open iron to receive hair. "Made by General Electric Pat. Date 1937". (a) electric cord with molded rubber plug. (b) metal piece to stand. (c) met... View Full Record
Heavy black metal housing; black wooden handle; two-prong electric cord; adjustment dial on front. Maker label: "Shelton Electric Dryer," last patent October 1908; "Manufactured for Shelton Electric Co. New York-Chicago by General Electric Co."... View Full Record
GE Electric Fan Disc on center front of blade guard cage reads: "Wood System, FWEW Fort Wayne, Indiana." Blade and cage are shiny yellow metal. Base & motor housing are painted shiny black. Housing & stand seem to be metal, base is wood or some plast... View Full Record
They're Turbosupercharged, General Electric
The magazine is information about the General Electric Turbosuperchargers. The front and back is a continuous picture of American WWII planes flying above the clouds. The contents of the magazine have stories and pictures about the invention and use... View Full Record
General Electric Elex Club Olympian Hiawatha Luncheon
The menu is from the General Electric Elex Club Olympian Hiawatha Breakfast, Luncheon and two Dinners. According to Clovis E. Linkous' book, the Elex Club started in 1915 when the women of the company organized a sports team. The team did not last bu... View Full Record
"The Electrical Engineer. A Weekly Review of Theoretical and Applied Electricity"
The Electrical Engineer. A Weekly Review of Theoretical and Applied Electricity. The magazine contains pictures and descriptions of the factory and the different machines.... View Full Record
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