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Locations - Rhode Island

CUMBERLAND. Ann & Hope. "Had a carriage trolley for getting from the 1st to the 2nd floor". (Posting to comp.dcom.telecom newsgroup, 23 Apr. 2003)

NEWPORT. William Sherman (dry goods), 135 & 137 Thames Street. "At the far end is a commodious office, which is the cashier's den, with every sales point in the store connected with it by the most improved cash carrier system." Newport Journal, 4 Oct. 1912

PAWTUCKET. John Jolly, (milliners), 250 Main Street. "His store is very spacious, 30 x 100 feet in dimensions, having every facility at hand for the successful transaction of business .. including automatic cash carriers." Industries and wealth of the principal ports in Rhode Island. New York:A.F.Parsons, 1892. p.202

PROVIDENCE. Callender, McAuslan & Troup. "Among the heaviest users [of Lamson carriers]." Lowell Courier, ? Oct. 1883

WOONSOCKET. James M. McCarthy, (dry goods), 193 Main Street. Cash carrier system. Industries and wealth of the principal ports in Rhode Island. New York:A.F.Parsons, 1892. p.247