Nordberg Manufacturing Company Collection, 1891-1947
Nordberg Manufacturing Company
History of Technology, Division of, NMAH, SI
Mechanical and Civil Engineering, Division of [former name], NMAH, SI
Nordberg, Bruno V
Chain Belt Company
46.5 cu. ft.
The Nordberg Manufacturing Company, founded by Bruno V. Nordberg, built steam engines and heavy machinery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The collection consists of the company's photo and negative archives; miscellaneous trade publications, 1891-1940; G. Turnwald notebooks, 1928-1942; technical memoranda, 1929-1947; trade literature; operating manuals; parts books; Nordberg company history; machinery proposals; order books, 1890-1913; time records, 1898-1903; Chain Belt Company catalogs, 1892-1915; blueprint bundles used in shops.
Division of Work and Industry, National Museum of American History
1984.0243 (NMAH Acc. No. for glass negatives)
1979.1249 (NMAH Acc. No.)
UNPROCESSED COLLECTION. Portions of collection stored in NMAH, but glass negatives are stored off-site, requiring special arrangements to view them