Most of its production went to the Architectural (metal roofs & gutters), Industrial (refrigeration systems, boilers, cooling water condensers), and Electrical (motors and switches) markets.The series will follow a professor who creates a device that allows him and his colleague to change the course of events from the past in order to improve their current life, not knowing that interfering with someone close to the events could disrupt it when one of the guys is dating the daughter of Paul Revere.On June 8, 2016, John Gemberling and Neil Casey (playing the roles of John Hancock and Sam Adams) were announced to join as series regulars starting with the second episode.The Rome Manufacturing plant was updated in the mid 1920’s to include the newest equipment and research laboratories, making it a leader in brass manufacturing.The 1928 merger of five northeastern copper manufacturers (including Taunton-New Bedford and Rome Brass & Copper) produced the Revere Copper and Brass Corporation in 1929, the largest copper manufacturer in the US.7 Until the 1900’s, the Revere name was associated mostly with the manufacture of copper cladding, copper/brass castings (bells, canon, ship fittings), boilers, nails,and spikes.
By the turn of the century, Revere & Son (as Paul Revere’s company was known) had merged with the Taunton-New Bedford Copper Company, located in New-Bedford, Massachusetts.Meanwhile, Rome Manufacturing was established in 1892 as a division of Rome Brass Copper with manufacturing facilities in Rome, NY.The point of this blog is to resurrect it for others to share and admire one of America’s great cook ware companies. In the 1800’s, everyday cookware was fairly crude – little emphasis was placed on design other than to make it functional.The below text is not mine nor do I claim its mine. Stove-top and oven-ware were typically heavy (cast iron, copper, or bronze), while lighter tinware was used for kettles, cups, and tableware.
It produced a huge variety (by the 1920’s it claimed to have made over 10,000 different products for the home) from sheet copper and brass including boiling kettles and washtubs (Domestic hot water was still a luxury, and these were used to heat water on the kitchen stove.) Lightweight nickel or chrome plated tea kettles and coffee pots were also important products.
These were made from multiple parts formed from copper sheet; soldered together, and finally plated with first nickel, and later chrome.