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Locations - New Jersey

BRIDGETON. Hunt Bros., opposite Hotel Cumberland. "Modern business methods, cash railway, electric light and rapid service." Bridgeton Pioneer, 13 Oct. 1892, p. 8

JERSEY CITY. P.C.O'Brien & Co. Basket carrier. See Court Cases.

NEWARK. L. Bamberger & Co., Market/Halsey Streets."How many miles of pneumatic cash tubing do you think there are in the new store? Nearly seven and one-half miles!... There will be two cash desks or 'tube statons'." Newark Evening Star, 16 Aug. 1912, p. 12

NEWARK. Oscar Michael & Co. (in receivership). "The bid of $1,165 for the cash-tube system ws not approved." Newark Evening Star, 20 Jul. 1915, p. 14

NEWARK. L.S.Paul. "Among the heaviest users [of Lamson carriers]." Lowell Courier, ? Oct. 1883

PASSAIC. Wechlers. "If I remember correctly, I think Wechler's Dept. Store in Passaic, NJ utilized the tube system." Karen Semko on Facebook

PERTH AMBOY. Reynolds Bros. (Merit store) "The electric cable cash system here makes time for you by having your change back and ready for you almost before your package is ready." Perth Amboy Evening News, 13 Dec. 1907, p. 1
• "Reynolds department store .. featured pneumatic tubes in which money was exchanged... The pneumatic tubes would fascinate the children who visited the store." Katherine Massopust. Stories from Perth Amboy. (Charleston SC: History Press, 2012) p. 93

TRENTON. S.S.Lee. "S.S.Lee has been making some very important changes in his stores, Nos. 123 and 125 North Broad street. He has taken out the old ball system and replaced it with the new Lamson rapid cash carrier which greatly facilitates business." Trenton Times, 4 Apr. 1890, p.2