Publication: Electrical World
New York, NY, United States
THE ANCHOR ELECTRIC COMPANY, Boston, had a very attractive display of its Anchor incandescent lamp signs. The name of the company and the headquarters was thus shown at the back of the booth, and the signs formed a very attractive feature. Porcelain cut-out boxes, switch bases, sockets, receptacles, push buttons, etc. were disposed on the board at the back of the booth in an attractive manner, and in a show case supplies of all kinds were shown by sample. The accompanying illustration gives but a meagre idea of the appearance of this interesting and very attractive booth.
|Keywords:||Anchor Electric Company|
|Researcher notes:||The exhibit was at the Electrical Exposition in New York, which closed the previous Saturday. The exposition was part of the 19th NELA convention (May 5-6-7) in New York City and apparently stayed opened for a couple more weeks.|
|Date completed:||January 8, 2010 by: Elton Gish;|