The CD206 Castle in Hawaii
| ||by P. Quentin Tomich|
The letter from Bill Kemp and editorial note (INSULATORS, May 1974, p. 21)
has pushed me into writing this article. There are some loose ends on the Castle
in Hawaii that I hope to gather, but it seems best to publish now what there is
to say. The figure of 800 Castles is not just a rumor.
Telephone Wiring Circuits
I have a question about an insulator that I got recently, and information
about the use of Phantom Circuits for open wire phone lines.
First: I got a McLaughlin 20 CD 164 that is quite different from any other
McLaughlin 20 that I've seen. It is embossed as follows: F. MCLAUCHLIN (large,
Porcelain Insulator News
| ||by Jack H. Tod|
Preferably direct porcelain news items and questions directly to Jack H. Tod,
3427 N. 47th Place, Phoenix, Ariz. 85018. All mail will be answered if reply
stamp is enclosed, and the most newsworthy items and questions of general
interest will be published as space permits.
Questions Answered by N. R. Woodward
| ||Author of The Glass Insulator in America and originator of C.D. #'s (Consolidated Design Numbers)|
Tom McGill, Ottawa, Illinois, asks: Have you ever heard of a CD 164 Hawley
that also has Sterling embossed on it? Any help appreciated.
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In reply to Tom McGill: There is a definite relationship between the STERLING
EC&MC-S.F. Insulators, Part I
| ||by Fritz Kettenburg|
THE THREE DOME STYLES
The three dome styles are: rounded, beveled, and squared. All EC&M's have
flat domes, with the top edge rounded, beveled, or squared. The two skirt styles
are: flared and straight.
The dimensions of these drawings (following pages) have been scaled directly