Locke Exhibited Its Well-Known Victor Insulators at the Pettingill Andrews & Company Booth

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Electrical World

New York, NY, United States
vol. 53, no. 24, p. 1503-1504, col. 1-2

Convention Exhibit Echoes

In the June 3 issue of Electrical World a large number of descriptive notes were given with regard to exhibits at the Atlantic City convention of the National Electric Light Association on the new pier. These were prepared in the earlier part of the week and rushed through for that issue. A number of supplementary exhibit items of interest are now given below as to other features that attracted attention in the fine display:

CHAS. WIRT & COMPANY, of Philadelphia, manufacturers of the Dim-a-Lite turn-down socket, was represented by Mr. Chas. Wirt himself. The apparatus is so handy a vest pocket is a good exhibition space.

THE LOCKE INSULATOR MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Victor, N. Y., had a fine exhibit of its well-known "Victor" high-tension insulators in the Pettingell-Andrews booth. Besides the more unusual types of line insulators, tubes, etc., several large specimens of the suspension type were shown.


Keywords:Pettingill Andrews & Company : Locke Insulator Manufacturing Company : Wirt
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Researcher:Elton Gish
Date completed:January 2, 2011 by: Elton Gish;