Carthage Machine Company engineer with cylindrical chip screen in Carthage
Rollin I. Skinner, chief draftsmen of the Carthage Machine Company, standing at the edge of a cylindrical chip screen which was manufactured by the company in the mid-1920s. The side of their building on West End Avenue had to be torn out to get it out for shipment. Circa 1920s. Carthage, NY. From a booklet written by Dudley Danielson called “Carthage, NY – 1785-1980.”
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