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Model of a Cement Mixer

Model of a Cement Mixer

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This model was built for its inventors (two brothers from Montana) by a Chicago firm, run by J. T. H. Paterson, Proprietor. Raw materials were loaded into one side and mixed concrete unloaded on the other.
Regal Model and Tool Works (122 S. Clarke Street, Chicago, Illinois, J. T. H. Paterson, Proprietor) built this model for two inventors, who were brothers from Montana. This cement mixer was patented.
Object Name
Model, cement mixer
Date made
ca 1910
Associated Place
United States: Illinois
United States: Montana
ID Number
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accession number
Credit Line
Gift of Miss Adeline E. Paterson
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Work and Industry: Mechanical and Civil Engineering
Engineering, Building, and Architecture
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Exhibition Location
National Museum of American History
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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