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Author Topic: EAPG Bowl on spatula feet.  (Read 2738 times)

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EAPG Bowl on spatula feet.
« Reply #10 on: August 22, 2005, 06:41:31 AM »
Dear Guest, it's not on the list 'cos I rapidly keyed in the listing as shown in the Heacock book (as referenced) whilst trying to do a million and one other things on a Sunday night. I didn't read the entire text  :roll:  Sorry, I needed to spend more time and work out further additions to get extra info for you.

So....as I have nothing better to do at 7.40am on a Monday (yeah, right) I'll add that A. J. Beatty & Sons of Tiffin, Ohio - Factory R, was added to the company a year later.

The list above was the original combine as of 1891.

Glen
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