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Mosher, George, 1842-1919
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Army Stretcher

3 sheets of original technical drawings for an Army Stretcher.Sheet 1: top and side view, Sheet 2: detail of hinge, Sheet 3: detail of wood wheel and shoulder straps.Includes dimensions and technical specs. Drawn by George Mosher c 1900.

  • 2019.1.1 to 2019.1.3
  • George Mosher Collection

    • Collection
    • 1885 - 1916

    A collection of 33 original hand drawn inventions, technical and architectural plans for a variety of applications and clients.

  • 2019.1.1 to 2019.1.33
  • McLeod Pulp Co. Ltd., Brick Boiler House

    • Item
    • 1910

    Original architectural drawing of the Brick Boiler House for the McLeod Pulp Co. Ltd., Liverpool, NS.Drawing No. 3, including cross sections and elevation diagram of the end of the building. July 1910.

  • 2019.1.10
  • McLeod Pulp Co. Ltd., Roof Truss and Strong Backs

    • Item
    • 1910

    Original architectural drawing of the Roof Truss and Strong Backs for the McLeod Pulp Co. Ltd., Liverpool, NS.Drawing # 4, including cross section and dimensions. July 1910.

  • 2019.1.12
  • McLeod Pulp Co. Ltd., Smoke Connections

    • Item
    • 1910

    Architectural drawing of the Smoke Connections for the McLeod Pulp Co. Ltd., Liverpool, NS.Includes elevation, side views, plan of neck, measurements, diameters, and description of flue and smoke box requirements.July 1910.

  • 2019.1.13
  • Rail Joint - Invention

    Original technical drawing of a Rail Joint, invented by John S. Miller. Includes the side and top views with dimensions and details. Illustrates Figures 1 through 6. Drawn by George Mosher likely circa 1916, when he did similar drawings for other ...

  • 2019.1.14 to 2019.1.17
  • Rail Joint - Invention, 2

    Original technical drawing of a Rail Joint, invented by John S. Miller. Includes dimensions and details of Figures 7 and 8. Drawn by George Mosher likely circa 1916, when he did similar drawings for other inventors.

  • 2019.1.18 to 2019.1.21
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