American Superiority at the World's Great Fair
Designed and drawn on Stone by Thurwanger Brothers. Lithogra. by A. Brett & Co. Goldsmith's Hall, Library...
The Garvie & Wood Patent Musical Sewing Machine Cover
Garvie & Wood, 12 Union Square, New York. Also at American Institute Fall.
Swett's Proposed Elevated Railway -- for Broadway.
Swett's Proposed Elevated Railway -- For Broadway
Special Convocation in Observance of the Five Hundredth Anniversary of the Invention of Printing
January 19, 1940
Reformed Church Union
Clermont - 1809. Half Moon - 1609. Commemoration - May, 1909.
American Institute New-York
Awarded to Harrison & Son for a hinge chair.
"Sculptograph" by the Great Eastern Art Co.
58 Clinton Place, near Fifth Avenue, New York.
[The hair cutting machine.]
Mr. Crackshaw being out of employment answers the advertisement of an inventor who wants agents for a...
Jonathan Hulls' Steamboat (1737).
Published for the Hudson-Fulton Celebration, 1909.
The Ladies' Friend, Cronk's Inside Pulley Line Attachment
A life and labor saving invention. Send orders to W. B. Day, No. 433 Greenwich Street, New York.
Pulsating Pen Print
116 Nassau Street, New York.
Wonders Will Never Cease! The Pulsating Pen
Now on exhibition at the American Institute Fair, New York. Ward & Drummond, 116 Nassau Street.
"I think Wesselman's hit on something interesting."
Marconi, Wireless Telegraphing.
Marconi and his first wireless telegraph on a boat in New York Harbor.
Marconi, Wireless Telegraph Inc.
Communications, Marconi, Wireless Telegraph Inc.
Permanent Railway Tie Corp., Lackawanna R.R. Installation at Secaucus N.J.
Patenter J.A. Silver (maybe A.J. ?) and his son standing on a locomotive on a section of railroad track...
Citizens' Comm. Hudson-Fulton Celebration, N.Y.
A drawing or print of a windmill invention, described on drawing as follows: "Largest and most efficient...
The Great Exhibition of 1851.
Three men, one of whom is Mr. J.A Silver (sim. print identifies him--maybe A.J. Silver?) standing in...
[Marconi, Wireless Telegraphing.]
Marconi and his first wireless telegraph.
Marconi, Wireless Telegraphing Apparatus.
Wireless telegraph apparatus.
Museum of Safety Appliances.
Mus. of Safety Appliances.
Communications, Marconi's Wireless Telegraphing Apparatus.
Marconi's first wireless telegraph on a boat in New York Harbor.
Discovery of Hudson River by Henry Hudson, A.D. MDCIX. Robert Fulton, first use of steam in navigation...
Fitch's Steamboat on the Collect