| ||by N. R. Woodward|
Patrick Sumner asks, "I have seen two Boston Bottle Works with the lettering
on the inner
petticoat. According to your 1967 Report these insulators were
made about 1872. But the petticoat was patented in 1883. So
what's a petticoat doing on an insulator made in 1872?
| ||by Greg Kareofelas|
Few people realize the part insulators played in the
development of the communication and electrical systems
we have today. The start of the electrical age created
the need for insulators, a device to prevent the leakage
of electron flow from the wire or circuit carrier.
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| ||by Al Perry|
Well Christmas is over and I guess I'll get back to insulators. Want
to congratulate you on the fine publication. Thought I would answer
your article on page 14 & 15 of your September 1969 issue.