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Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company, 940 New York Avenue, Trenton, Mercer County, NJ



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B&W Photos

HB793630
General View Of Exterior From West

HB793631
General View Of West End Of Buildings From Norhtwest

HB793632
General View Of North Side (street Side) From Norhteast

HB793633
View Of Late 19th Century Bridge From Southwest

HB793634
View Of Power Supply Equipment Showing Electric Moter And Drive & Flywheels With Belt Transmission

HB793635
Power Wheel And Flywheel In Motion

HB793636
Power And Fly Wheels Not In Motion

HB793637
Power Transmition Equipment In Motion

HB793638
Clay Press

HB793639
Clay Press

HB793640
Clay Extruder

HB793641
Power Transmition Equipment

HB793642
Power Transmission (overhead) Equipment

HB793643
Power Transmission Equipment, Shows Clay Extruder

HB793644
Power Transmission Equipment

HB793646
Overhead Shafts And Wheels In Motion

HB793647
Workman At Clay Extruder Removing Formed Clay

HB793648
Power Transmission Equipment


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Item Title


Location
940 New York Avenue, Trenton, NJ

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER NJ-26
Building/structure dates: 1880 initial construction
Significance: The Anchor (Stangl) Pottery Company is a surviving example of a clay processing plant, involved in the making of flatware before the age of automation. At the time of documentation the jiggerman still made the pieces by using a forming tool to spread the clay evenly in the plaster molds. Belt run clay mixers and pug mills, as well as filter presses can still be found at Stangl.

Subjects
Brick Buildings
Potteries
Pottery Industry


Related Names
Lacy, Israel


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. GENERAL VIEW OF EXTERIOR FROM WEST
2. GENERAL VIEW OF WEST END OF BUILDINGS FROM NORHTWEST
3. GENERAL VIEW OF NORTH SIDE (STREET SIDE) FROM NORHTEAST
4. VIEW OF LATE 19TH CENTURY BRIDGE FROM SOUTHWEST
5. VIEW OF POWER SUPPLY EQUIPMENT SHOWING ELECTRIC MOTER AND DRIVE & FLYWHEELS WITH BELT TRANSMISSION. ORIGINALLY STEAM DRIVEN
6. POWER WHEEL AND FLYWHEEL IN MOTION
7. POWER AND FLY WHEELS NOT IN MOTION
8. POWER TRANSMITION EQUIPMENT IN MOTION
9. CLAY PRESS
10. CLAY PRESS
11. CLAY EXTRUDER
12. POWER TRANSMITION EQUIPMENT
13. POWER TRANSMISSION (OVERHEAD) EQUIPMENT
14. POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT, SHOWS CLAY EXTRUDER
15. POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT
16. OVERHEAD POWER TRANSMITION EQUIPMENT
17. OVERHEAD SHAFTS AND WHEELS IN MOTION
18. WORKMAN AT CLAY EXTRUDER REMOVING FORMED CLAY
19. POWER TRANSMISSION EQUIPMENT


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