Exhibits at the St. Louis Exposition

[Trade Journal]

Publication: American Electrician

New York, NY, United States
vol. 16, no. 9, p. 481-482, col. 1


SOME EXHIBITS AT THE ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION.

LOCKE INSULATOR MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Victor, N. Y., has a display of high-tension insulators in the exhibit of the Wesco Supply Company, of St. Louis. These insulators are of all sizes, from the smallest telephone insulators to one of 17 inches in diameter and 15 inches high. The latter insulator is designed for working voltages of 80,000 volts and consists of an umbrella-shaped porcelain top surmounting three porcelain petticoats which prevent discharges to the pin.

A GROUP OF EXHIBITS AT ST. LOUIS. // 1. Bullock Railway Motor./2. General Electric Company./3. National Electric Company./4. General Electric Company./5. General Electric Oil Switch./6. Locke Insulator Manufacturing Company./7. H. B. Camp Company./8. G. M. Gest./9. The Wesco Supply Company.
A Group of Exhibits at St. Louis.

1. Bullock Railway Motor.
2. General Electric Company.
3. National Electric Company.
4. General Electric Company.
5. General Electric Oil Switch.
6. Locke Insulator Manufacturing Company.
7. H. B. Camp Company.
8. G. M. Gest.
9. the Wesco Supply Company.

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Keywords:Fred Locke : Locke Insulator Manufacturing Company : St. Louis
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Supplemental information:Article: 9331
Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:March 29, 2009 by: Bob Stahr;