MAC's Believe It Or Not!
| ||by John "Mac" McDougald|
The original home of some incredible insulators were the shelves that
contained experimental production samples in Millville, New Jersey. Sometime
before the closing of the Whitall Tatum - Armstrong - Kerr factory, the insulators
were put in boxes and removed to the utility shed of a company employee. The
| ||by Marilyn Albers|
LEAVE IT TO GERMAN INGENUITY!
In the spring of 1990, when Editor Carol McDougald and I went on an insulator
research trip to Europe, we visited Marco Schimitz-LeHanne in Krefeld, Germany.
An example of the strange looking insulator you see here was in Marco's
In Search of Insulators - Family Style
| ||by Bob and Phoebe Adams|
25 Years of Collecting
The insulator collecting bug carne to the Adams household nearly twenty five
years ago when our daughter, Roberta, brought home several insulators from a
flea market near a summer camp at Mentone, Alabama. These were to be used as
Advertising Through the Ages
| ||by Robert Stahr|
Two never before published Hemingray ads are being shared as a result of the
research of Bill and Jill Meier. The CD 114 ad (1st, below) was located
in the July 2, 1910 issue of Telephony. The July 1903 Telephony featured the
five insulators (2nd, below) -- a CD 106 pony, the CD 114 keg and three transposition