He's got the Power! featuring Bob Berry
| ||by Gayner "Ted" Armstrong|
Blame a youthful entrepreneurial spirit for introducing Bob Berry to the
world of insulator collecting. In the process, he discovered a passion for this
pursuit that still holds true after almost thirty years.
Bob's father held a
position with Bell Labs that required the Berry family to relocate periodically.
| ||by Marilyn Albers|
THREE NEW FOREIGN INSULATOR STYLES
TO SHOW YOU THIS MONTH
The first one is a beautiful glass power insulator that was originally found
by John Nasci during a trip to Sicily in 1998 (refer to the article "Land
of the T-bar" written by John Nasci and published in the March 2000 issue
John Crawley's son, who lives in Las Cruces, New Mexico, purchased the insulator from a car dealer from California.
The writing on
the breaker bar is: Westinghouse-500 AMP-22000 Volts. On the insulators is:
Pat. 5-27-19 Made in Corning Glass Works, Corning, N.Y.