The Locomotive 1892 (September) Steam Boiler Insurance Newsletter
The Locomotive, Published by the Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company, New Series -- Vol. XIII, No. 9, Hartford, Conn., September, 1892. Includes report of Boiler Explosions for July, 1892.
Names in this online transcription include Alexander, Allen, Anderson, Babcock, Beach, Benson, Bigelow, Bluebell, Boiler, Brainard, Brown, Bubwell, Burnham, Bussey, Butler, Caughell, Cheney, Cooley, Corbin, Costello, Dansick, Davis, Day, Ecoff, Enders, Fabban, Ferry, Franklin, Gardiner, Gomez, Gould, Hall, Hammond, Hardin, Harding, Hastie, Hire, Holden, Holler, Hollister, Hutchins, Hutchinson, Jarvis, Jillson, Johnson, Kimball, Kyle, Lineburgh, Little, Manly, Mason, McMurray, Meares, Menion, Moneypenny, Morgan, Murphy, Parks, Penndstone, Perkins, Pescud, Phillips, Pierce, Potter, Randall, Reynolds, Roberts, Robinson, Russell, Sanders, Schepman, Schick, Shears, Shipman, Silva, Skinner, Small, Stedman, Swedock, Taylor, Thompson, Warner, Weyel, Whaley, Whitaker, Wilders, Wilkes, Williams, Woodward.
Labels: Connecticut, Insurance Records
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