Rome-Turney Radiator Company
Photographs, ca. 1930-1940

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Quantity: 10 boxes (ca. 4.0 cubic ft.)
Access: Open to research
Acquisition: Purchase: a’Gatherin, West Sand Lake, N.Y., December 2009
Processed By: Abigail Stambach, Student Assistant, State University of New York at Albany, Autumn 2010

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Historical Note:

The Rome-Turney Radiator Company was founded in 1905 in Rome, New York, by Joseph B. Long and George Turney under the name Long-Turney Radiator Company. Initially the company manufactured automobile radiators using the machinery Joseph Long patented. Long and Turney parted ways in 1908 when Turney acquired the rights to make radiators using the method patented by General Electric in Schenectady, New York. After the partnership was dissolved, the company was named the Rome-Turney Radiator Company.

When the automobile industry was in its infancy, radiators were manufactured by independent companies. However, in the early 1920s, automobile companies began to produce their own radiators. Consequently, the Rome-Turney Radiator Company began to manufacture radiators for furnaces for private homes and commercial buildings. It was also at this time the company was purchased by William Lynch, Sr., who was one of the first employees hired by George Turney when the company began. Under Lynch’s leadership, the company ceased production of automobile radiators by the early 1930s and only manufactured radiators for furnaces for homes and commercial buildings.

Scope and Content Note:

The collection consists of photographs of radiator units and parts used for furnaces manufactured by the Rome-Turney Company. Most of the photographs are of interior spaces in private homes, businesses and other public spaces with the radiator units being the focal point of the image. There are also some photographs showing the exterior of buildings that were equipped with furnaces manufactured by the Rome-Turney Company. It is believed that the photographs were taken in the 1930s. The majority of the photographs contain names of buildings or the names of residents, location, photographer and the names of architects and heating contractors. Most of the photographs are numbered, which aids in identifying the duplicate photographs found in the collection.

The photographs originally were bound together in seven albums that were probably compiled by Rome-Turney Radiator Company. Each item was removed from the album and placed in a separate folder in the same order as it was found in the album. The exact order of the albums as a whole was not known, so this institution identified them as follows:

Album “A” Photographs of radiators in finished rooms (Box 1, 35 photographs)
Album “B” Photographs of radiators in finished rooms (Box 2, 35 photographs)
Album “C” Photographs of radiators in finished rooms (Boxes 3 and 4, 52 photographs)
Album “D” Photographs showing the exterior of buildings that used radiators manufactured by Rome-Turney Company with some photographs of interior rooms (Box 5, 47 photographs)
Album “E” Photographs of radiators and various components of a radiator as well as the process of designing and constructing radiators (Box 6, 42 photographs)
Album “F” Photographs of hot water heaters and the Roblast radiator unit with a photograph of the construction process and one photograph of a finished radiator unit (Box 7, 42 photographs)
“Folio Album” Photographs of radiators in finished rooms (Boxes 8-10, 19 photographs)

The purpose of Albums “A” through “F” is unknown; however it is possible that these were used for sales purposes or as a portfolio of the company’s products and projects. The “Folio Album” was a part of the Rome-Turney’s display at the 1939 World’s Fair held in Flushing Meadows, New York. Many of the enlarged photographs in this album can be found in other albums of the collection. The collection includes a certificate given to the company by the fair’s board of directors certifying the company’s participation in the fair (Box 8, Folder 1).

Box and Folder List:


Box Folder Description
    Album “A”
1 1 [Living Room], Atwater Kent residence, Ardmore, Pa.; Horace Trubauer, architect, Philadelphia, Pa.,  V.N. Welamb Co. Heating Contractor, Bond Brother Photography, Philadelphia, Pa.; #59909
1 2 [Corner of living room], Atwater Kent residence, Ardmore, Pa.; Horace Trubauer, architect, Philadelphia, Pa.,  V.N. Welamb Co. Heating Contractor, Bond Brother Photography, Philadelphia, Pa.; #59914
1 3 [Living room, wall on right-hand side of room], Atwater Kent residence, Ardmore, Pa., Horace Trubauer, architect, Philadelphia, Pa.;  V.N. Welamb Co. Heating Contractor, Bond Brother Photography, Philadelphia, Pa.; #59912
1 4 [Dining room?], Mrs. H. Alexander, Apartment 17-A, 1120 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y.; #214
1 5 [Living Room], Mrs. H. Alexander, Apartment 17-A, 1120 Park Avenue, New York, N.Y.; #215
1 6 [Grand entry hall], William E. Proctor Residence, Montclair, N.J.; #190
1 7 [Alcove], William E. Proctor Residence, Montclair, N.J.; #189
1 8 [Dining room], William E. Proctor Residence, Montclair, N.J.; William C. Eckman, 14 West 32nd  Street, New York , N.Y.; #187
1 9 [Living room], William E. Proctor Residence, Montclair, N.J.; William C. Eckman, 14 West 32nd  Street, New York , N.Y.; #183
1 10 [Library], Woodford Mansion, Fairmont Park, Philadelphia, Pa.; Charles P. Mills, Commercial Photographer, 700 Locust  St., Philadelphia, Pa.; #5307
1 11 [Bedroom], Woodford Mansion, Fairmont Park, Philadelphia, Pa.; Charles P. Mills, Commercial Photographer, 700 Locust  St., Philadelphia, Pa.; #5308
1 12 [Corner of drawing room], Woodford Mansion, Fairmont Park, Philadelphia, Pa.; Charles P. Mills, Commercial Photographer, 700 Locust  St., Philadelphia, Pa.; #5306
1 13 [Dining Room], Residence of Henry Harfst, Deer Park, Chicago, Ill.; #24088
1 14 [Living Room], Residence of Henry S. Drinker Jr., Merion, Pa.; Charles P. Mills, Commercial Photographer, 815 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa..; #1318
1 15 [Bedroom], S.C. Edgar Residence, St. Louis, Mo.; #4
1 16 [Dining Room], Remodeled House, Paul Cooper, Cooperstown, N.Y.; Evarnken Studio, Oneonta, N.Y.
1 17 [Museum Gallery], Rodin Museum, Philadelphia, Pa.; Charles P. Mills, Commercial Photographer, 720 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.; #5018
1 18 [Museum Gallery], Rodin Museum, Philadelphia, Pa.; Charles P. Mills, Commercial Photographer, 720 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa.; #5020
1 19 [Living Room], William H. Gesell Residence, Upper Montclair, N.J.; #184
1 20 [Dining Room], William H. Gesell Residence, Upper Montclair, N.J.; #185
1 21 [Dining Room], Max Drucker Residence, Chicago, Ill.
1 22 [Dining Room], S.C. Edgar Residence, St. Louis, Mo.; Sievers Commercial Photography; #3
1 23 [Corner of a room], John Armstrong Home, Chicago, Ill.; # 128
1 24 [Living Room], C.R.R. Harris Residence, Upper Montclair, N.J.; William C. Eckman, 14 West 32nd Street, New York, N.Y.; #188
1 25 [Living Room], Woodward Babock Residence, Mill Neck, N.Y.; Bradley Delehanty, Architect; #150
1 26 [Living Room], S.W. Alderfer Residence, Fairlawn, Ohio; Pecks Studio; #162
1 27 [Library], C.H. L’Hommedieu Residence, 1430 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, Ill.; #24047
1 28 [Bedroom], C.H. L’Hommedieu Residence, 1430 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, Ill.; #24086
1 29 [Living Room], C.H. L’Hommedieu Residence, 1430 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, Ill.; #24046
1 30 [Bedroom], Residence of Henry Harfst, Deer Park, Chicago, Ill.; #24085
1 31 [Sitting area]; #163
1 32 [Vestibule], S.C. Edgar Residence, St. Louis Mo.; Hellmuth and Hellmuth, Architects; American Power and Piping Company Heat Conts.; Sievers Commercial Photography, St. Louis Mo.; #2
1 33 [Office], N.W. Ayer and Son Building, Philadelphia, Pa.; W.H. Hoedt Studios, West Washing Square, Philadelphia, Pa.
1 34 [Office], N.W. Ayer and Son Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
1 35 [Radiator underneath a window], N.W. Ayer & Son Building, Philadelphia, Pa.; W.H. Hoedt Studios, West Washington Square, Philadelphia, Pa.
    Album “B”
2 1 [Library], Walter J. Seligman Residence, Sands Point, N.Y.; Samuel H. Gottscho Photography, 19 Terrace Avenue, Jamaica, N.Y.; #9189
2 2 [Radiator behind pedestal sink], Hotel Management
2 3 [Vestibule with radiator underneath window]
2 4 [Show Room, Rome Brass Radiator Corporation]; #2
2 5 [Show Room, Rome Brass Radiator Corporation]
2 6 [Show Room, Rome Brass Radiator Corporation]
2 7 [Library], C.H. L’Hommedieu Residence, 1430 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, Ill.; #170
2 8 [Sitting area with radiators underneath window], C.H. L’Hommedieu Residence, 1430 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, Ill.; #4046
2 9 [Dining Room], S.C. Edgar Residence, Portland Place, St. Louis, Mo.; Architects Hellmuth and Hellmuth; Sievers Commercial Photography, St. Louis, Mo.; #3
2 10 [Library/Sitting area], S.C. Edgar Residence, Portland Place, St. Louis, Mo., Architects Hellmuth and Hellmuth; Sievers Commercial Photography, St. Louis, Mo.; #5
2 11 Typical Office; N.W. Ayer Building, Philadelphia, Pa., 15 stories; Ralph S. Bencker Architects, Philadelphia, Pa.
2 12 Bird House, Forest Park; Earling Photo Company, Commercial Photographers, St. Louis, Mo.
2 13 [Living Room]; #148
2 14 [Bathroom], Dr. Humphrey’s Residence, Westport, Conn.; #159
2 15 [Entranceway], De Lancey Konntze Residence, Roslyn, N.Y.; #116
2 16 [Sitting Area in front of windows], Sterling W. Alderfer Residence, Fairlawn, Ohio; Pecks Studio; #161
2 17 [Living Room], Residence of Henry Harfst, Esq., Deer Park, Chicago, Ill.; #24087
2 18 [Vestibule], S.C. Edgar Residence, Portland Place, St. Louis, Mo.; Architects: Hellmuth and Hellmuth; Sievers Commercial Photography, St. Louis, Mo.; #2
2 19 [Living Room], S.C. Edgar Residence, Portland Place, St. Louis, Mo.; Architects: Hellmuth and Hellmuth; Sievers Commercial Photography, St. Louis, Mo.; #1
2 20 [Bedroom], C.H. L’Hommedieu Residence, 1430 Chicago Avenue, Evanston, Ill.; #24086
2 21 [Study Area in a bedroom], Julius Bliss Residence, Elmrock Road, Bronxville, N.Y.; Louis Bowman, architect; Macgonigal Heating Corporation, Mt. Vernon, N.Y., heating contractors; #173
2 22 [Sitting area]; #120
2 23 [Church Altar], St. Ambrose Church, Baltimore, Md.; The Hughes Company, Photographers, Baltimore, Md.
2 24 [Living Room], Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
2 25 [Bathroom], Margaret Stauffer Studio; #4
2 26 [Living Room], Margaret Stauffer Studio; #1
2 27 [Dining Room]; #4
2 28 [Sitting Area], De Lancey Kountze Residence; Roslyn, N.Y.
2 29 [View of entranceway from Living Room], Home of Clarence E. Ericson, Lake Forest, Ill.; Margaret Stauffer Studio; #2
2 30 Living Room Bay; Charles A. Otis Residence, Willoughby, Ohio; Frank B. Meade and James M. Hamilton, architects; Robras Radiator Installation; #201
2 31 Study; Charles A. Otis Residence, Willoughby, Ohio; Frank B. Meade and James M. Hamilton, Architects; Robras Radiator Installation; #200
2 32 [Office], N.W. Ayer and Son Building, Philadelphia, Pa.
2 33 [Office], W.M. Hoedt Studios, West Washington Square, Philadelphia, Pa.
2 34 [Study], Marshall Hugh Residence, Williamsport, Pa.; #28438
2 35 [Lobby], Integrity Trust Company, Philadelphia, Pa.; Richard T. Dooner, Photographer
    Album “C”
3 1 [Hallway], Miss E.V. Dubel Residence, Pleasantville, N.Y.; #113
3 2 [Living Room]; #24198
3 3 [Living Room]; #24197
3 4 [Study], #24196
3 5 [Dining Room]; #23957
3 6 [Library], The Barbizon Club for Women, 63rd and Lexington Ave, New York, N.Y.; #94
3 7 [Dining Room into Living Room]; #24045
3 8 [Living Room], E.B. Metzel, Fuller Lane near Sheridan Road, Winnetka, Ill.; #24197
3 9 [Office], Chatham and Phoenix National Bank, 711 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.; #100
3 10 [Living Room], Residence of Henry Harfst, Esq. Deer Park, Chicago, Ill.; #24089
3 11 [Study], Dr. Humphrey’s Residence, Westport, Conn.; #158
3 12 [Living Room]
3 13 [Staircase Landing]
3 14 [Dining Room], A.R. Watt Residence, Glencoe,  Ill.; Margaret Stauffer Studio
3 15 [Dining Room], A.R. Watt Residence, Glencoe, Ill.; Margaret Stauffer Studio
3 16 [Dining Room], Lake Forest Residence; Margaret Stauffer Studio
3 17 [Study], John Coleman Jr. Residence, Lake Forest Ill.; Margaret Stauffer Studio
3 18 [Study], Leo Bing’s Apartment, New York, N.Y.; #58
3 19 [High Rise Building]; #24362
3 20 [Study], Kedrick & Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago Ill.
3 21 [Office], Chatham & Phoenix National Bank, 711 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.; George E. Gibson, Inc. Heating Contractors, Louis S. Weeks, Architect; #100
3 22 [Dining Room], Jerome Johnson Residence, Montreal, Canada; #168
3 23 [Study], Dr. Humphrey’s Residence, Westport Conn.; #158
3 24 [Study], The Barbizon Club for Women, 63rd Street & Lexington Avenue, New York, N.Y.; L.G. Kirk Company, Inc., heating contractors; Jaros and Baum, Engineers; #94
3 25 [Study], Percy C. Chandler’s Apartment, 1500 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; Rutter and Shay Architects
3 26 [Museum Gallery], Charles P. Mills Commercial Photographer, 720 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; #5020
4 27 [Museum Gallery], Charles P. Mills Commercial Photographer, 720 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; #5018
4 28 [Dining Room]; #60
4 29 [Dining Room], R.E.L. Howe Residence, Fox Meadows, N.Y.; Randall Henderson, Architect, Harry Singer and Company, Heating Contractors; #180
4 30 [Desk area in bedroom]; #58
4 31 [Bay Window in Dining Room]; #23597
4 32 [Sitting area], C.A. Hipkins Residence, Riverside, Conn.; Glenn Phelps, architect; Alfred Penovi and Son, Port Chester, N.Y., heating contractors; #174
4 33 [Living Room], R.E.L. Howe Residence, Fox Meadows, N.Y.; Randall Henderson, architect; Harry Singer and Company, heating contractors;  #176
4 34 [Lobby, possibly the Ahler Planetarium lobby], Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
4 35 [Dining Room]; #64
4 36 [Sitting Area], Leo Bing’s apartment, New York, N.Y.; #74
4 37 [Sitting Area], John Armstrong Residence, Glencoe, Ill.; Armstrong, Furst and Tilton, architects; #23958
4 38 [Bedroom], C.A. Hipkins Residence, Riverside Conn.; Glenn Phelps, architect; Alfred Penovi and Son, Port Chester, N.Y., heating contractors; #175
4 39 [Bathroom], Julius Bliss Residence, Elmrock Road, Bronxville, N.Y.; Louis Bowman, architect; Macgonigal Heating Corporation, Mt. Vernon, N.Y., heating contractors; #171
4 40 [French doors], Lyon’s Apartment, 825 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.; #97A
4 41 [Pedestal sink in a bathroom], Howard Young’s apartment, #3 East 70th Street, New York, N.Y.; #105
4 42 [Window], Jerome A. Johnson’s Residence, Montreal, Canada; #98
4 43 [Window with radiator underneath], Kaufmann-Fabry Company Photographers, Chicago; #28-2995
4 44 [Bathroom]; #159
4 45 [Pedestal sink in bathroom], typical Robras bathroom unit; #8
4 46 [Bathroom], typical concealed bathroom radiator in tiled bathroom; #5
4 47 [Bedroom], Samuel N. Caoran? Ardt? Residence, Lake Forest; Kohlbury Horaleth Company, heating contractors; Margaret Stauffer Studio
4 48 [Window with radiator underneath], 1500 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; Percy C. Chandler, residence; #139
4 49 [Bathroom], Percy C. Chandler’s apartment, 1500 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; Ritter and Shay, architects
4 50 [Bathroom], R.E.L. Howe Residence, Fox Meadows, N.Y.; Randall Henderson, architect; Harry Singer and Company, heating contractors; #179
4 51 [Living Room]; #61
4 52 [Bedroom], C.A. Hipkins Residence, Riverside, Conn.; Glenn Phelps, architect; Alfred Penovi and Son, Port Chester, N.Y., heating contractor; #172
    Album “D”
5 1 Ahler Planetarium, Chicago; Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
5 2 Ahler Planetarium; Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
5 3 [Lobby, possibly the Ahler Planetarium], Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
5 4 [Inside Ahler Planetarium?], Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
5 5 [Library, possibly a room in the Ahler Planetarium]
5 6 [High-rise building], Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
5 7 [Exterior photograph of a stone building], Chicago Architectural Photographing Company; #4706
5 8 [Courtyard of a building], Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.; #3445
5 9 [Exterior of a high-rise building], Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
5 10 [Living Room], Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
5 11 [Living Room], Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago Ill.
5 12 [Front: A bathroom or kitchen sink. Back: picture of church, exterior; picture of church, interior], Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
5 13 [Exterior: city block, 2 buildings including “Blackstone Shop”] Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
5 14 [Living Room] Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
5 15 [High-Rise, exterior] N.W. Ayers Advertising Agency, Ralph B. Beeker?, architect, William Anderson, heating contractor, Philadelphia, Pa.
5 16 [Office]; #2
5 17 [Walden Book Shop], Hedrich-Blessing Studio, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Ill.
5 18 [Chatham and Phoenix Bank, interior], 711 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.; George E. Gibson, Inc., heating contractors; Louis S. Weeks, architect
5 19 [Chatham and Phoenix Bank, under construction], 711 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.
5 20 [Church, interior], St. Paul’s Church, Chestnut Hill, Pa.; Zantsinger, Borie and Medary, architects; P. Gormly and Company, heating contractors (advertisement for the Robras radiator is pasted on the back of the photograph and the advertisement features the photograph of the interior of St. Paul’s Church)
5 21 [Church, interior] Charles P. Mills, commercial photographer, 720 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; #3411
5 22 [Rhinelander Apartments], 88 and Lexington, New York, N.Y.; Sugarman and Berger architects; Jaros and Baum, engineers; #130
5 23 [Building exterior], 5th Avenue and 77th Street, New York, N.Y.; #133
5 24 [Building exterior, apartment building] 856 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.;  #138
5 25 [Building exterior], 25 Sutton Place, New York, N.Y.?; #134
5 26 [Cooperative Apartment Building, exterior], 342 Madison Avenue, N.Y., N.Y.?; Kenneth Munchison?, architect; #136
5 27 [Apartment buildings, exterior] 445 and 447 East 57th Street, New York, N.Y.?; Schwartz and Grass, architects; #135
5 28 [Building, exterior], 5th Avenue and 70th Street, New York, N.Y.?; #137
5 30 [House, exterior], Brewster Jennings Residence, Glen Head, N.Y.; #123
5 31 [Pedestal sink in bathroom], Howard Young’s Apartment, 2 East 70th Street, New York, N.Y.; Rosario Caudela, architect; #105
5 32 [Office], Brewer and Company offices, Chicago, Ill.
5 33 [Construction site, interior], Charles P. Mills, commercial photographer, 720 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; #4418
5 34 [Office, interior], Charles P. Mills, commercial photographer, 720 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; #2938
5 35 [Window with radiator underneath, interior], Residence of Jerome A. Johnson, Montreal, Canada; Canadian Mead-Morrison Company, heating engineers; #98
5 36 [Dining Room], John Stuart, Esq., Residence, Winnetka, IL; Edwin H. Clark Esq., Architect; #23957
5 37 [Sitting area], Residence of John A. Armstrong Esq., architect, Glencoe, Ill.; #23958
5 38 [Window with radiator underneath, interior], Lyons Apartment, 825 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.; J.L. Murphy, Inc., heating contractors; Hiss and Weeks, architects; #95A
5 39 [Living Room], T. G. Becker Residence, Indian Hall; Anderson and Lickman, architects; Glen View Place, heating contractors
5 40 [Living Room], Mary Sinckes Residence, Indian Hill; Ralph E. Staelgel, architect
5 41 [Staircase landing with grandfather clock], Mary Sinckes Residence, Indian Hill; Ralph E. Staelgel, architect
5 42 [Dining Room], S.N Crowan Rich residence, Lake Forest; Kohlbury and Hawlett Company, heating contractors
5 43 [Dining Room], A.R. Watt Residence, Glencoe; Armstrong, Furst and Lilton architects; Robert Garden, heating contractor
5 44 [Dining Room], A.R. Watt Residence, Glencoe; Armstrong, Furst and Lilton architects; Robert Garden, heating contractor; Margaret Stauffer Studio
5 45 [Living Room], James Harris Residence, Lake Forest; Anderson and Lickman, architects; Henry Strenger?, heating contractor; Margaret Stauffer Studio
5 46 [Front: pedestal sink in bathroom] back: Robras 2º2º Radiators
5 47 [Radiator parts, 4 photographs], William C. Eckman, photographer, 14 West 32nd Street, New York, N.Y; #210, #211, #212 and unnumbered
    Album “E”
6 1 [Aulbras Hot Water Heater in J.D.E.’s home], William G. Eckman, 14 West 32nd Street, New York, N.Y.
6 2 [Electric Aulbras], 22 installations throughout Curtises Airports in country; Photograph by Henry J. Ross, Washington, D.C.; July 24, 1930
6 3 [Aulbras Hot Water Heater in J.D.E.’s home], William G. Eckman, 14 West 32nd Street, New York, N.Y.
6 4 [Pipes and parts of a radiator system], Edwin Levick, 10 West 47th Street, New York, N.Y.; #108489
6 5 [Aulbras Hot Water Heater in J.D.E.’s home], William G. Eckman, 14 West 32nd Street, New York, N.Y
6 6 [Radiator parts], Installation: Electric Aulbras in various Curtises Airports throughout the country
6 7 [Radiator parts], Installation: Cornelius Vanderbilt yacht, “Winchester,” New York, N.Y.; Edwin Levick, 10 West 47th Street, New York, N.Y.
6 8 [Radiator unit in a room]; #10
6 9 [Radiator unit in a room]; #11
6 10 [Radiator unit underneath a window in a room]; #13
6 11 [Radiator unit with cover underneath a window in a room]; #14
6 12 [Coils of a radiator unit underneath a window in a room]; #22
6 13 [Radiator unit with cover underneath a window in a room]; #23
6 14 [Traditional radiator unit underneath a window in a room]; #24
6 15 [Radiator without its cover underneath a window]; #26
6 16 [Radiator with a cover underneath a window]; #27
6 17 [Radiator part]; #28
6 18 [Radiator coils]; #29
6 19 [Radiator parts, covers?]; #30
6 20 [Radiator coils without a cover set in a wall]; #31
6 21 [Man demonstrating how to put a cover over radiator coils]; #32
6 22 [Radiator underneath a window without a cover in a construction site]; #33
6 23 [Two radiator coils underneath a window with a cover in a construction site]; #34
6 24 [Under window radiator unit without a cover in a construction site]; #35
6 25 [Radiator unit without a cover in a construction site]; #36
6 26 [Radiator unit partially covered in a construction site]; #37
6 27 [Radiator unit in a construction site]; #38
6 28 [Close-up photo of a radiator unit in a construction site]; #39
6 29 [Radiator unit underneath a window without a cover]; #41
6 30 [Prepping space underneath a window for a radiator unit]; #44
6 31 [Radiator unit cover]; #49
6 32 [Radiator unit cover open, showing coils]; #50
6 33 [Traditional radiator unit in front a under-window radiator unit cover]; #52
6 34 [Radiator parts, coils]; #55
6 35 [Radiator parts, coils]; #56
6 36 [Radiator parts, coils]; #57
6 37 [Radiator parts, coils, two copies of the same photograph]; #56
6 38 [Under window radiator unit with a fancy cover]; #66
6 39 [Radiator parts, coils]; #69
6 40 [Radiator parts, coils]; #70
6 41 [Radiator parts, coils]; #79
6 42 [Radiator parts, coils]; #92
    Album “F”
7 1 [Roblast radiator]; #142
7 2 [Electric Radiators], Baker Yacht, Newport News and Shipbuilding Company; #143
7 3 [Roblast]; #144
7 4 [Roblast]; #151
7 5 [Roblast]; #152
7 6 [Roblast]; #153
7 7 [Roblast unit with case]; #154
7 8 [Roblast unit with case]; #154
7 9 [Roblast parts]; #155
7 10 [Radiator parts], William G. Eckman, 14 West 32nd Street, New York, N.Y.; #210
7 11 [Radiator], William G. Eckman, 14 West 32nd Street, New York, N.Y.; #211
7 12 [Radiator parts], William G. Eckman, 14 West 32nd Street, New York, N.Y.; #212
7 13 [Radiator parts]; #213
7 14 [Hot water heater, close-up]; #1000
7 15 [Hot water heater]; #1001
7 16 [Hot water heater]; #1002
7 17 [Hot water heater]; #1003
7 18 [Hot water heater]; #1004
7 19 [Hot water heater]; #1005
7 20 [Hot water heater]; #1005
7 21 [Hot water heater]; #1006
7 22 [Hot water heater]; #1007
7 23 [Hot water heater]; #1007
7 24 [Hot water heater]; #1008
7 25 [Hot water heater]; #1009
7 26 [Hot water heater, parts]; #1011
7 27 [Hot water heater, parts]; #1011
7 28 [Hot water heater, parts]; #1012
7 29 [Hot water heater, parts]; #1013
7 30 [Hot water heater, parts]; #1014
7 31 [Hot water heater, parts]; #1014
7 32 [Hot water heater]; #1015
7 33 [Hot water heater]; #1016
7 34 [Roblast heater]; #1018
7 35 [Roblast]; #1019
7 36 [Roblast]; #1020
7 37 [Roblast heater]; #1021
7 38 [Roblast]; #1022
7 39 [Roblast]; #1023
7 40 [Hot water heater]; #1024
7 41 [Hot water heater]; #1025
7 42 [Hot water heater]; #1025
7 43 [Roblast]; #1026
7 44 [Construction site, interior], Charles P. Mills, commercial photographer, 720 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; #1418
7 45 [Radiator unit underneath a window], Charles P. Mills, commercial photographer, 720 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa.; #1419
    “Folio Album”
8 1 Certificate of Participation from the World’s Fair Board of Directors certifying Rome-Turney Radiator Company’s participation in the fair
8 2 [Living Room with radiator units underneath windows]; #148
8 3 [Pedestal sink in a bathroom], Howard Young’s apartment, #3 East 70th Street, New York, N.Y.; #105
8 4 [Entranceway], De Lancey Konntze Residence, Roslyn, N.Y.; #116
8 5 [Window], Jerome A. Johnson’s Residence, Montreal Canada; #98
8 6 [Living Room], Woodward Babock Residence, Mill Neck, N.Y.; Bradley Delehanty, Architect; #150
8 7 [Corner of a Room], John Armstrong Home, Chicago, Ill.; #128
9 8 [Living Room with radiators in the baseboard, “Camargo” is written in pencil in the corner of the photo]
9 9 [Sitting area]; #120
9 10 [Bathroom]; #140
9 11 [Office], Chatham and Phoenix National Bank, 711 Fifth Avenue, New York, N.Y.; #100
9 12 [Library with radiator incorporated into bookcase]; #156
9 13 [Dining Room]; #157
10 14 [Dining Room]; #75
10 15 [Dining Room]; S.J. Hayward, photographer, Montreal
10 16 [Living Room]; #97
10 17 [Bedroom]; #146
10 18 [Living Room]; #141
10 19 [Living Room]; #11
10 20 [Sitting Area], Leo Bing’s apartment, New York, N.Y.; #74
Last Updated: May 13, 2011