[1879–1910, Directors’ and Shareholders’ Minute Book for The Consolidated Safety Valve Company of Hartford, Connecticut].
Nearly 30-year handwritten note book kept by the Directors of The Consolidated Safety Valve Company, a Hartford, Connecticut based manufacturer of safety valves for steam boilers, marine engines, generators, and locomotives. The company’s manufactory was first located in Hartford, but later removed to Bridgeport in 1886. (p79) The company had offices in New York and Chicago.
Recorded here are the the notice of the company’s first meeting to be held in February 1879—autographed by the signers of the original Articles of Association, the company’s by-laws, and all the minutes of the Directors’ and of the Stockholders’ regular and special meetings. The minutes cover the years 1879–1908 with some marginal annotations added in 1909 and 1910.
Description: [1879–1910, Directors’ and Shareholders’ Minute Book for The Consolidated Safety Valve Company of Hartford, Connecticut].
[Hartford, Connecticut, 1879–1910]. 240pp. Manuscript Note Book. 11¼ x 9 inches. Quarter black leather with black cloth covers; gilt rules spine and gilt title on upper cover; all edges marbled; rules leaves and printed foliation. Three additional manuscript and or typed leaves tipped in. Lacking first leaf; covers worn and both boards separating; free front endpaper separated; one gathering loose; good with clear, legible secretarial handwriting.