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Old 05-02-2005, 10:52:01 AM
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Default Old Tool Company information

Hi-I'm doing a research on old tool companies and would like to know where to locate or if anyone would have general information and the history of Von Wyck Machine Tool Co. Cincinnati,Ohio,Manning Maxwell & Moore,Inc.New York and Olney & Warrin Woodworking Machinery of New York?
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Default Re: Old Tool Company information

You might post this question on the "Practical Machinist" web site. Here's a link,

One place to look for info on woodworking machinery is:

They have alot of stuff on line!

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Mannning, Maxwell and Moore made gantry cranes, our plant has one we use, was installed in the early 1960s. Kevin
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