| ||by Marilyn Albers|
CERĀMICA SANTANA SA.
Did you read in the April, 1990 issue of CROWN JEWELS that I was hot on the
trail of more information on the Santana Ceramic Factory in Brazil? Well, one of
my guardian angels (I need several) got wind of this and it wasn't long before I
| ||by N. R. Woodward|
N. R. Woodward is the author of The Glass Insulator
in America, 1988 Report and developed
the Consolidated Design Numbers identification system for glass insulators.
Please settle a friendly bet between two new collectors. My friend maintains
| ||by Mr. 701 (Jeff Kaminski)|
Several early New England Power Co. 66 Kv (now 69 KV) lines used large 3 and
4 part porcelain pin-type insulators I call "Porcelain 701's" because
they are so similar in size to the CD-331 Pyrex 701. Several styles were used on
all these lines and they are Sim-M-4330 (Locke), M-4337 (late 1940's Ohio
What? O'Briens In Canada????
| ||by Ken Willick|
The morning of October 7th dawned cool and slightly overcast, a typical
morning for upstate New York. Little did we know that surprises were in store
for us. Rob Lloyd of Windsor, Ontario, and I had decided to attend the Ann
Arbor, Michigan Bottle Show, so we thought we'd do a little digging along the