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This photograph depicts representatives from the Woodward Governor Company at the Sixth Annual Prime Mover Control Conference. The names of the fifty individuals pictured are printed below the photo. The picture is enclosed in a booklet of olive…
This architectural drawing, rendered by the Kresselt Company (lower right corner), shows the Woodward Governor Company within an industrial cityscape, possibly in its Mill St. at S. Wyman address.
This photographic enlargement shows a clapboard commercial structure next to a picket fence that depicts the A.W. Woodward Company, in the Water Power District on Mill Street.
A reproduction photograph depicting the exterior of Rockford Bolt Works, on Mill St. in the Water Power District. Established in 1862, the 1877 city directory states that the business produced "general iron bolt manufacturing for agricultural…
A close-up view of a planing machine full of saw dust in the Central Furniture Company factory, established 1872, located on Mill St. at the corner of Race St. in Rockford's Water Power District.
A reproduction featuring the Central Furniture Company, established 1872, located on Mill St. at the corner of Race St. in Rockford's Water Power District by the Rock river. For an additional view, see photo 2007.1.12.
A reproduction photograph depicting the Central Furniture Company, established 1872 and organized by L. D. Upson and E. L. Herrick along with forty-six other Swedish workers and shareholders who each contributed $500.00. The factory was located on…
A reproduction photograph depicting "Sturtevant's Flouring Mills" (white sign on building, left), located on Mill Street in Rockford's Water Power District by the Rock River.