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Jim Kovar

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Here is the 1896 DC trunnion as a fan outfit. Photos courtesy of Steve Rockwell. This fan was in the GE lineup for '96 only. The 12" DC offering in '97 and '98 was a stickmount fan. In '99, a 12" DC trunnion was offered along side the 12" DC stickmount roundball motor Fan. The DC Pancake motors for fans were phased out after 1899.

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Fascinating interview of two giants in the industry. Thank you so much for sharing these photos and particularly the interview. It is interesting to know that Professor Thomson's home is now the Swampscott town hall. I would like to make a road trip there (40 miles away) to see it and hopefully, some of Professor Thomson's inventions may be seen there. I'll take pictures and report back.

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