Original Alloy Products Corporation sales sampler of 45 photographs of transportation vehicles, pressure vessels, pressure tanks, parts, and fabrication

[American Industry and Transportation]

Milwaukee, WI: Alloy Products, Circa 1934. Vintage sales sampler created by Alloy Products Corporation of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, housing 45 linen-backed photographs of various pressure vessels and pressure, as well as technical illustrations and images of fabrication elements. Six photographs bear photographer stamps on the versos, and most of the photographs include a "shipped to" date among the technical information on the versos, dating from 1929-1934.

The photographs capture eight tanker trucks, five unmounted tanks for truck or rail, four rail-mounted tanks, three fabrication photographs, nineteen various self-standing pressure vessels and pressure tanks, and six coils and parts.

Founded in 1929, Alloy Products Corporation manufactured various pressure vessels and pressure tanks, predominantly used for dairy and other food and beverage industries. Detailed information on photograph versos includes dimensions, materials, fabrication techniques, and various other technical specifications, as well as the client for whom it was built. Among the client companies represented in the sampler are Anheuser-Busch, Borden's Milk, Bowman Dairy, Blue Moon Cheese Products, Brockway Motor Truck, Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Carnation, Kentucky Color and Chemical Company, Libby, McNeill and Libby, Liberty Trucking Company, Miller High Life, Nestle's Milk Products, Rexford Paper, Sunshine Dairy, United Milk Products, and Van Camp Packing, among others.

Photographs: 7.5 x 9.5 inches. Near Fine overall.

Housed in a Very Good plus binder measuring 11.5 x 8 inches.

[Book #157936]