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 Posted: Thu Feb 18th, 2021 01:38 am
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Charles Tedrick
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Here is what remains 
The GE Transformer is $30

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 Posted: Thu Feb 18th, 2021 01:39 am
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The Pacific Electric Mfg. Co. plaque Charles sold. This one is on ebay. I think is was located in San Francisco.

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Russ Huber wrote: The Pacific Electric Mfg. Co. plaque Charles sold. This one is on ebay. I think is was located in San Francisco.
I sprang for the one Charles was selling. I liked the look of it. There was an early Pacific Electric in Lacrosse Wisconsin around 1910, manufactured electric items, lamps etc. I have not been able to locate a logo for it yet. It does not seem to match the Pacific Electric Railway logo that operated around California although it dated all the way back to 1901. Who knows, it'll make a nice addition to the rest of the stuff I have laying around.

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Michael Rathberger wrote: Russ Huber wrote: The Pacific Electric Mfg. Co. plaque Charles sold. This one is on ebay. I think is was located in San Francisco.
I sprang for the one Charles was selling. I liked the look of it. There was an early Pacific Electric in Lacrosse Wisconsin around 1910, manufactured electric items, lamps etc. 

That is why I posted. Pacific Electric of La Crosse dates back to the 19th century along with Vought Berger(two ball lamp cord adjuster), both of La Crosse. This plaque is not connected to the La Crosse concern.


There is a late 19th electrical trade image of Pacific Electric of La Crosse lamps on display. I saw it years ago.

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I've been wondering how something from San Fran made its way to Cleveland, but I think this has part of the answer. Shamelessly stolen from the internet.

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