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Some of these items are listed in the OCLC WorldCat with locations only at one or two libraries in the United States, so I have not been able to see them.
Lamson Consolidated Store Service Company. Report of the annual meeting. 1890s
Mechanical messengers. 1900s
Lamson Consolidated Store Service Company. 20 "bulletins".
The story of a service idea: a history of the origin and development of Lamson Service. Boston: Lamson Co., 1912. The same book also exists as "The story of a service idea: a history of the origin and development of the American Pneumatic Service Company" and published by that company. However, it deals with the same Lamson equipment. The relationship between the two is not explained.
Better store service: with Lamson Cable Carriers. 1920
Lamson pneumatic tubes for conveying papers and merchandise. 1920. 36 p
Lamson wire line carriers: and how they give better store service in retail stores. (Boston: Lamson, ca. 1917). 32 p "The first store service cash carrier was installed by Lamson over thirty-five years ago... Over 100,000 stations are in use." It lists other booklets on Pneumatic Tube Systems, Electric Cable Systems, Belt Conveyors for Parcels and Parcel Delivery Bins as well as industrial carriers and conveyors.
Lamson wire line carriers: and how they give better store service in retail stores. (Syracuse NY: Lamson, ca. 1932). 32 p Contains some of the same photographs as the above, but without naming the locations. "The first store service cash carrier was installed by Lamson over fifty years ago... Over 500,000 stations are in use."
The Lamson training manual. 1930-39?
Engineering drawings for conveying machinery ("Pneumatic Tube System") for the Library of Congress, Washington D.C. 1938-9
"Lamson sales document from around 1930" on Brass
Registers website. Illustrations of:
Airtube: on target with Lamson Airtube systems. (Syracuse, NY: Lamson Corp., 1952). 50 p
No. 40 (Christmas 1965).
p.26 "An old faithful". Describes the Cash Ball system at Alexander Moons, Galway.
p.28 "Scandinavia". "Only recently our Agents re-discovered a store in Central Finland which has had a Lamson Tube system since 1903.... A short time ago we took the decision to open a Branch Office in Sweden." [The other systems mentioned are not in shops.]
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