|Statement||by Roy M. Bates and Kenneth B. Keller.|
|Contributions||Keller, Kenneth B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
History of the Dudlo Manufacturing Company by Kenneth B Keller, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Full text of "History of the Dudlo Manufacturing Company" See other formats QrGt^ 3 Gc F77bat5 Bates, Roy M„ Hi story of the Dudio M a n Li f a c t u r^ i n g C o rn p a n y DUDLO O G ^ History of The Dudio Manufacturing Compantj BY ROY M. BATES AND KENNETH B. KELLER Fort Wayne, Indiana WIRE MILL MADE HISTORY AFTER A HUMBLE BEGINNING . Dudlo Manufacturing, Fort Wayne IN: interior, reception hall. Guy Mahurin, architect, Max Irmscher & sons, builders. Reproduced from a printed source. In-deed it was DudIo that made Fort Wayne the magnet wire capital of the world. " (History of The Dudlo Manufacturing Company, by Roy Bates and Kenneth Keller.) Spool measures " in diameter and is 4" tall. Not certain how much wire is on the spool but it seems to be half full. Please look at photos for detailed visuals.
Peter J Dudlo is among American Gold Star casualties recorded in our archive with close ties to New York. This is a substantial number of individuals who gave their lives in service to their country. General Electric, S. F. Bowser, Wayne Oil & Tank Company, and the Dudlo Manufacturing Company were changing the industrial face of the city. It was no longer sufficient for an executive to join a company and rise through its ranks through on-the-job training. There were new opportunities for shipping goods and new challenges. Over its year existence, the company produced an estimated 35 million pounds of enameled wire, according to the history of the Dudlo Manufacturing Company by Roy Bates and Kenneth Keller. Genealogy profile for Peter Dudlo Peter Dudlo ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for Peter Dudlo ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.
Over its year existence, the company produced an estimated 35 million pounds of enameled wire, according to the history of the Dudlo Manufacturing Company by . You can see how Dudlo families moved over time by selecting different census years. The Dudlo family name was found in the USA in In there was 1 Dudlo family living in Illinois. This was % of all the recorded Dudlo's in the USA. Illinois had the highest population of Dudlo families in Over its year existence, the company produced an estimated 35 million pounds of enameled wire, according to the history of the Dudlo Manufacturing Co. by Roy Bates and Kenneth Keller. Essex entered the magnet wire manufacturing business by acquiring a vacant industrial complex that had formerly been the Dudlo Manufacturing Company in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Dudlo was the originator of the modern magnet wire enameling process (see ).