Pair Of Extension Ladder Ratcheting Iron Brackets, Pat. May 19, 1896.
Pair Of Extension Ladder Ratcheting Iron Brackets from J S Tilley Watervliet New York, Pat. May 19, 1896.
James Tilley, from Grafton where he established the cooperage business, headlining together with coopers tools, and as a sideline manufactured ladders, his son, James Tilley, being connected with him in the ladder part of the business, came to West Troy in 1850, James was connected with the business until 1865, withdrew when the firm of Tilley & Littlefield established the ice business, dissolved later, James went to New York where he died in 1906. J. S. Tilley bought his father's interest in the business in 1864, and with his brother formed the co-partnership of J. S. Tilley & Company, continuing until 1873, when it became J. S. Tilley, the present proprietor of the largest plant of like character in this section, the works and yards are in a large area on First and Second streets and the stock of adjustable ladders of all kinds and scaffolding is large and the material of the best quality, a speciality is made of flag poles of any size, one of the features of the firm.
Item Code - TOO8C509PAN
Width: 5" [Each] Height: 11" [Each] Depth: 1 1/4" [Each] Total Weight: 1.300 kg
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