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Manufacturers Index - Wright & Huntington
History
Last Modified: Dec 17 2010 4:51PM by Jeff_Joslin
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In existence from 1855 through 1859, this partnership of Lysander Wright and William C. Huntington made reciprocating sawmills, and possibly other woodworking machinery as well. The business was succeeded by L. Wright Machine Works.

Information Sources

  • Most of the information here came from Alexander Farnham's book, Early tools of New Jersey and the men who made them.
  • Huntington and Wright each received woodworking machinery patents. See the patent section below, and also the patent tab under L. Wright Machine Works.