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1Title:  Austin & Denly (Cleveland, Ohio)    
 Creator:  Austin & Denly (Cleveland, OH) 
 Date:   undated  
 Abstract:  Miscellaneous materials relating to Austin & Denly, including: advertisement for a "Fits-All Window Refrigerator" by Austin & Denly Manufacturers 
 Language:  English (eng) 
 Call #:  SVF (Austin & Denly (Cleveland...) 
 Extent:  0.01 linear feet (1 folder) 
 Media:  Advertisements 
 Subjects:  Manufacturing industries -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
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2Title:  Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company    
 Creator:  Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company. 
 Date:   undated  
 Abstract:  Miscellaneous materials relating to the Apex Manufacturing Company, including: bound volume detailing the apex electric ironer (9 pages with illustrations) 
 Language:  English (eng) 
 Call #:  SVF (Apex Electrical Manufactu...) 
 Extent:  0.01 linear feet (1 folder) 
 Media:  Bound Volumes 
 Subjects:  Manufacturing industries -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
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3Title:  Baackes Wire Nail Company (Cleveland, Ohio)    
 Alt. Title:  American Steel & Wire Company    
 Creator:  Baackes Wire Nail Company (Cleveland, OH) 
 Date:   undated  
 Abstract:  Miscellaneous materials relating to Baackes Wire Nail Company, including: "Prospectus" for Baackes Wire Nail Company (3 pages) 
 Language:  English (eng) 
 Call #:  SVF (Baackes Wire Nail Company...) 
 Extent:  0.01 linear feet (1 folder) 
 Media:  Reports 
 Subjects:  American Steel & Wire Co. | Manufacturing industries -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
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4Title:  Raymond Q. Armington Papers and Photographs     
 Creator:  Armington, Raymond Q. 
 Dates:  1920-1993 
 Abstract:  Raymond Q. Armington (1907-1993) was an engineer and executive with the Euclid Road Machinery Company, a founder and chairman of the Webb-Triax Company, and headed numerous business, educational, and civic organizations. The collection consists of corporate records, correspondence, reports, marketing literature, journal and newspaper articles, and photographs 
 Call #:  MS 5401 
 Extent:  1.01 linear feet (1 container and 1 oversize folder) 
 Subjects:  Engineers -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Manufacturing industries -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Business enterprises -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
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5Title:  B. Lackamp & Sons Company Records     
 Creator:  B. Lackamp & Sons Company 
 Dates:  1919-1936 
 Abstract:  The B. Lackamp & Sons Company was a manufacturer and retailer of window blinds and shades located in Cleveland, Ohio, between 1919 and the early 1970s. The company was founded by Bernard J. Lackamp, a German immigrant, who ran a successful dry good store business before entering the window treatment industry. The collection consists of inventory and financial balance sheets. 
 Call #:  MS 5399 
 Extent:  0.20 linear feet (1 container) 
 Subjects:  Manufacturing industries -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Window shades -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Interior decoration accessories -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Blinds -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Business enterprises -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
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6Title:  Ajax Manufacturing Company Records     
 Creator:  Ajax Manufacturing Company 
 Dates:  1897-1990 
 Abstract:  The Ajax Manufacturing Company was founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1875 by John Rollin Blakeslee (1843-1906). Ajax manufactured forging equipment and cold drawing equipment for the cold-heading industry. Ajax forging machines were used in the railroad, agricultural, and automotive industries. In 1925, Ajax moved to Euclid, Ohio. The company was family-owned and operated until 1987 when it was sold to the Crawford Group. In 1996, Ajax was again sold, this time to Park-Ohio Industries. The collection consists of advertisements, agreements, biographies, bulletins, catalogs, correspondence, histories, lists, manuals, photographs, purchase orders, reprints, and a term paper. 
 Call #:  MS 5187 
 Extent:  0.40 linear feet (1 container) 
 Subjects:  Ajax Manufacturing Company (Cleveland, Ohio) | Blakeslee, John Rollin, 1843-1906 | Business enterprises -- Ohio -- Cleveland | Business enterprises -- Ohio -- Euclid | Machine-tool industry -- Ohio -- Cleveland | Machine-tool industry -- Ohio -- Euclid | Manufacturing industries -- Ohio -- Cleveland | Manufacturing industries -- Ohio -- Euclid
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7Title:  Curtis Industries, Inc. Records     
 Creator:  Curtis Industries, Inc. 
 Dates:  1944-1975 
 Abstract:  Curtis Industries, Inc. was founded in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1932 by William Abrams and two of his sons, Morris and Howard, as Clipper Key and Lock Co. The company initially sold several brands of key cutting machines throughout the Cleveland area and the Midwest. In 1934, the Abrams worked together with inventor William Curtis to invent a new key cutting machine that they could manufacture and distribute themselves. The machine was patented, and the company changed its name to Curtis Key Co. The company's focus was on key cutting machines and key blanks, which they both manufactured and sold. However, during World War II, the company concentrated solely on defense work and ceased to manufacture of keys and key machines. Following the war, the company changed its name to Curtis Industries, Inc. and resumed its work on key machines and key blanks. The company also began manufacturing and selling automotive and farm equipment replacement parts. In 1961, Curtis Industries built a large facility in Eastlake, Ohio. Previously, Curtis had operated sites on Carnegie Avenue, Prospect Avenue, and East 222nd Street in Cleveland. The new building in Eastlake consolidated all of Curtis's branches and various operations. The new site was considered state-of-the-art and garnered much publicity. In 1961, the Cleveland Chapter of the American Materials Handling Society recognized Curtis with is award for the best materials handling system in Northeast Ohio. Morris Abrams was president of the company, with Howard Abrams serving as vice president and chairman of the board. Following Morris's death in 1963, Howard was named president. Morris's heirs sold their portion of Curtis stock to the Ohio Forge and Machine Corporation, who then made a bid to buy all of Curtis's stock. This resulted in a months-long feud between Howard Abrams and his supporters and Ohio Forge and their supporters, some of whom were on the board at Curtis. Eventually, Howard agreed to sell his controlling shares of Curtis stock. Curtis Industries officially became a part of Ohio Forge and Machine Corp. in 1964. Curtis became known as the Curtis Noll Corporation, under the new president Sanford B. Noll. Howard Abrams was retained in a consulting capacity for five years. The collection consists of advertisements, press releases, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, correspondence, blueprints, and product sheets. 
 Call #:  MS 5120 
 Extent:  0.81 linear feet (2 containers and 1 oversize folder) 
 Subjects:  Curtis Industries, Inc. (Cleveland, Ohio) | Manufacturing industries -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Manufacturing industries -- Ohio -- Eastlake. | Locks and keys -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Locks and keys -- Ohio -- Eastlake. | Factories -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Factories -- Ohio -- Eastlake. | Automobile supplies industry -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Automobile supplies industry -- Ohio -- Eastlake. | Automobiles -- Parts -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Automobiles -- Parts -- Ohio -- Eastlake. | Farm equipment -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Farm equipment -- Ohio -- Eastlake. | Jewish businesspeople -- Ohio -- Cleveland. | Jewish businesspeople -- Ohio -- Eastlake. | World War, 1939-1945 -- War work -- Ohio -- Cleveland.
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