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Eisler Engineering Company Records,
1885-1988 (bulk 1920-1950s)

Extent and Forms of Material: 30 cubic feet, including photographs and blueprints (49 boxes, 25 oversize folders)
Creator: Eisler Engineering Company
Abstract: Records document Charles Eisler, a Hungarian immigrant who was a skilled mechanic and engineer and his company, Eisler Engineering Company of Newark, New Jersey, which manufactured equipment for producing electric lamps, television and radio tubes, welding equipment and laboratory equipment.
Repository: Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.; archivescenter@si.edu; 202-633-3270; www.americanhistory.si.edu/archives
Collection Number: AC0734
Processing Note: Processed by John Mask, intern, and Alison Oswald, archivist, December 2006.
© 2008 by the Smithsonian Institution. All rights reserved.

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Information for users of the collection

Conditions Governing Access: The collection is open for research use. Series 3, Employee Records, personnel files are restricted; see repository for details.
Physical Access: Researchers must handle unprotected photographs with gloves.
Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use: Copyright held by the Smithsonian Institution. Collection items available for reproduction, but the Archives Center makes no guarantees concerning copyright restrictions. Reproduction permission from Archives Center: fees for commercial use.
Preferred Citation: [Title and date of item], Eisler Engineering Company Records, Archives Center, National Museum of American History, box number X, folder number XX, digital file number XXXXXXXX

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Container listing: series 8, 9

Series 1 ::: Series 2 ::: Series 3 ::: Series 4 ::: Series 5 ::: Series 6 ::: Series 7 ::: Series 8 ::: Series 9

BOX FOLDER  
    SERIES 8: PHOTOGRAPHS, 1942-1967
    Subseries 1, By Machine Number, 1942-1967
33 1 Machine F0-1/B, undated
  2 Machine 0, Coil Winding Machine, undated
  3-4 Machine 00, Coil Winding Machine, undated
  5 Machine 1, Coil Winding Machine, undated
  6-8 Machine 2, Coil Winding Machine, undated
  9-10 Machine 3, Coil Winding Machine, undated
  11-12 Machine 4, Coil Winding Machine, undated
  13 Machine 5, undated
  14-15 Machine 7, Coil Winding Machine, undated
  16 Machine 8, undated
  17 Machine 9, undated
  18 Machine 10, undated
  19-20 Machine 11, 1944-1954
  21-22 Machine 11, 1950-1961
  23-24 Machine 11, 1961-1967
  25 Machine 13, undated
  26-27 Machine 16, Flare Machine, undated
  28 Machine 18, Flare Machine, undated
  29 Machine 20, undated
  30 Machine 23, Stem Machine, 1943-1952
  31-32 Machine 23, Stem Machine, 1953-1960
34 1 Machine 23, Stem Machine, 1963-1965
  2 Machine 24, undated
  3 Machine 25, undated
  4 Machine 27, undated
  5 Machine 32, undated
  6 Machine 35, Stem Machine, undated
  7 Machine 37, undated
  8 Machine 38, undated
  9 Machine 39, undated
  10 Machine 40, undated
  11 Machine 41, undated
  12 Machine 43, undated
  13 Machine 45, undated
  14-15 Machine 47, undated
  16 Machine 48, 1944-1960
  17 Machine 57, 1945-1949
  18-19 Machine 57, 1945-1961
  20-21 Machine 57, 1950-1967
  22-23 Machine 57, 1944-1967
  24 Machine 58, Exhaust Machines, 1942
  25 Machine 58, Exhaust Machines, 1942-1943
  26-27 Machine 58, Exhaust Machines, 1944-1959
35 1-2 Machine 58, Exhaust Machines, 1960-1964
  3 Machine 58-24G
  4-5 Machine 59, Neon Unit, 1944-1960
  6 Machine 59, Neon Unit, 1961-1965
  7 Machine 80, Vacuum Pumps, 1947-1966
  8 Machine 82-1-G
  9-10 Machine 85, Furnace, 1944-1967
  11 Machine 86/87, 1944; 1951-1952
  12 Machine 88, 1944-1953
  13 Machine 88, 1954-1955
  14-15 Machine 88, 1955-1960
  16-18 Machine 88, 1956-1962
  19 Machine 88, 1963-1967
36 1 Machine 88, 1963-1967
  2-3 Machine 89, 1944-1958
  4 Machine 89, 1960-1964
  5 Machine 89-BWF
  6-7 Machine 93, Welders, 1952-1961
  8 Machine 94, Welders, 1951-1967
  9 Machine 95, Welders, 1951-1966
  10 Machine 96, Welders, 1959-1960
  11 Machine 93/95/97/98, Welders, 1944-1958
  12-13 Machine 99, Base Filler, 1944-1965
  14 Machine 100/101, 1944-1963
  15-16 Machine 102, 1944-1955
  17-19 Machine 102, 1956-1965
37 1-2 Machine 102, 1961-1967
  3-4 Machine 103, Base Filler, 1944-1949
  5-6 Machine 103, Base Filler, 1964-1965
  7 Machine 103, Base Filler, 1950-1964
  8 Machine 105, 1944-1965
  9 Machine 107, 1947; 1948; 1960
  10 Machine 108, 1961-1963
  11 Machine 110, 1952; 1955
  12 Machine 111, 1944-1961
  13 Machine 112, 1949; 1965
  14 Machine 113, 1946-1966
  15 Machine 114, 1949-1966
  16 Machine 115, 1946-1967
  17-18 Machine 116, 1944-1967
  19 Machine 117, 1946;1951
  20 Machine 118, 1952-1965
  21 Machine 119, 1952-1966
  22 Machine 121, 1961
  23 Machine, 130, 1956
  24 Machine 132, 1947; 1951; 1960
  25 Machine 133, 1944; 1950
  26 Machine 135, 1946; 1959
  27 Machine 137, 1944; 1947; 1952; 1952; 1960; 1961
  28 Machine 138, 1943-1949
  29 Machine 140, 1949
  30 Machine 143, 1945-1965
  31 Machine 144, 1954-1956
  32 Machine 145, 1947
  33 Machine 147, 1949; 1951; 1955; 1961
  34 Machine 149, 1946-1963
  35 Machine 150, 1946-1961
  36 Machine 153, 1945
  37 Machine 154, undated
38 1-2 Machine 160, 1944-1956
  3-4 Machine 160, 1961-1967
  5-6 Machine 161, Base Filler, 1944-1956
  7 Machine 162-DF, undated
  8 Machine 165, 1946; 1951
  9 Machine 166, 1947;1952
  10 Machine, 170, Base Filler, circa 1950s
  11 Machine, 175, 1951-1967
  12 Machine 175-B3, Undated
  13 Machine 185, 1945-1946
  14 Machine 200, 200 Series Welder, 1957, undated
  15 Machine 202, 1954-1955
  16 Machine 205, 1962
  17 Machine 207, 1950-1966
  18 Machine 210, 1950-1964
  19 Machine 215, 1953-1964
  20 Machine 215/225, 1952
  21 Machine 220, 1955-1966, undated
  22 Machine 225, 1952
  23 Machine 235, 1952-1960
  24 Machine 250, 1952-1961
  25 Machine 275, 1959-1966
  26 Machine 310, undated
  27 Machine 720, 1952
  28 Machine, unidentified, undated
    Subseries 2, CAMS, 1950-1967
39 1 1950
  2 1951
  3-4 1952
  5 1953
  6 1954-1955
  7 1956-1960
  8 1961-1967
  9 Subseries 3, Timers, Jigs, Transformers, and Electrodes, 1952-1960
    Subseries 4, Welders, 1944-1952
  10 1944-1945
  11 1946
  12 1947
  13 1948
  14 1949
  15 1950
    Subseries 5, Welders, Tips, Jigs and Fixtures, 1944-1952
  16 1944
  17 1945
  18 1946
  19 1947-1949
  20 1950-1952
    Subseries 6, Miscellaneous, 1944-1957
  21 1944-1950
  22 1951-1952
  23 1945-1957
  24 Unidentified men working in factory (two, 5" x 7 mounted photographs), undated
38 29 Miscellaneous Eisler machines, undated
  30 Exhibitions/trade shows, 1944
  31 Foreign machines, undated
  32 Competitors machines (3 folders), undated
9 31 Pencil and ink drawing of Eisler Factory No. 2, Glass Works Machinery, undated
    SERIES 9, SCRAPBOOKS, 1916-1959
46   Scrapbook, 1943 (bulk 1945-1955), 1959
47   Scrapbook, 1916-1944, 1948, 1954
48   Scrapbook, 1924-1959

Series 1 ::: Series 2 ::: Series 3 ::: Series 4 ::: Series 5 ::: Series 6 ::: Series 7 ::: Series 8 ::: Series 9

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