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Old 06-10-2010, 10:00:22 AM
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Default Electrical display at Coolspring Pennsylvania next week

Several of the engine collectors also collect early electric items. This year we are trying to have a get together and display some of our early electrical stuff. Bring out some of your early electric items from toys to industrial. I'll be taking some interesting items. Ron
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Ron,
I'll be at C.S. with my model engines. I have a small generator belted to the Olds, does that count?

Will look you up.

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Ron, I loaded up a bunch of stuff I think is pretty neat. Are they going to try to group the displays?
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Would it be possible for someone to post pictures of the displays?

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Jim I always like to see engines running generators. The older the better. Ron
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Wayne I will post some photos on there display. I talked to Keith B and he is bringing 20 to 30 dynamos for display also.
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Thanks Kevin, I have seen Keith's very nice Dynamo collection. Here is a Foos/Edison display, along with a 9 HP Fairbanks-T I have at Brooks. I have a number of early electrical Dynamo's, including the one I purchased from you. Also a few early Bi-Polar fans, along with some early meters. Always interested in seeing other early eletrical items.
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