4 photographs. Appear to be the ""original unit"" from several angles, plus a shot of the ""switch board"" Bottom right photo show the machine plus a roll-top desk, tools on the wall, a chair, and oil cans next to the desk.
Electrical apparatus; Private utility companies; People
4 photographs (clockwise from top left): two men infront of high voltage shed with R. Raymond Rikert on left, R. Raymond Rikert in front of brick building, D.L.H. & P. Co. High Voltage shed, interior of shed.
5 photographs-far left three are of a building before and after renovations. The right two are of electical structure. The bottom middle photograph is of a man painting the smoke stack that is photographed many times before in the album.
5 photographes (clockwise from top left): two men snowshoeing in field, close-up of two men snow shoeing through filed, broken electric pole, different angle of same broken electric pole, man infront of electic pole.
2 photographs. Same image from two different angle. A man in a dark shirt and hat in overalls and glasses hold onto a pole that is attached to more structure. He is ontop of a perch that is ontop of a white block, appears to be for electricity.
The 'mothball fleet' of warships is seen stationed side-by-side along the shore of the Hudson River. In the foreground of the picture heavy-duty electrical equipment is surrounded by a fence next to a dirt-road. An old car is driving on the dirt...
This engraving advertises the Hyder-Sheehan Electric Motor Company located in Newburgh, N.Y. Service It states "We furnish complete Electric Light and Power Plants for Towns, Villages, etc. We wire and fully equip for electric lights, Mills,...