NELA Convention; Pass & Seymour exhibited

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Western Electrician

Chicago, IL, United States
vol. 14, no. 10, p. 122, 124, col. 2, 2-3

Convention Notes and Personals.

A. P. Seymour of Pass & Seymour, Syracuse, N. Y., came down on the convention train from New York. Mr. Seymour's is one of the familiar faces of the convention, having been in the electrical business for years. It will be remembered that his valuable and extensive work in building up the arc and incandescent lighting business in Syracuse, N. Y., first brought him into prominence among practical electric men. This very practical experience has been the secret of Mr. Seymour's remarkable success in the development of many ingenious and thoroughly practical and useful porcelain novelties. P. & S. porcelain specialties are now accepted as standard in many quarters, and as Mr. Seymour has been singularly prolific in his production of novel goods, it is needless to say that the Pass & Seymour exhibit was pretty well investigated by almost every man at all interested in that which is good and new in the trade.


Keywords:Pass & Seymour
Researcher notes:The convention referred to is the annual meeting of the National Electric Light Association.
Supplemental information: 
Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:January 5, 2009 by: Bob Stahr;