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    Posted 3 years ago

    Kenco07421
    (1 item)

    Im looking for anyone who might have some information about this item. Im removing this from an old munitions building at the old Brooklyn Navy Yard.

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    1. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 3 years ago
      I hope this truly isn't a 'CaptainObvious' comment, but given your info about where this panel is located/from, I'd have to guess it was (at least part of) the 'master controls' for a system of "factory whistles/horns/bells/clocks" or somesuch, used to announce shift changes or whatever. Also have to wonder if the "Stromberg" name might have a connection to the "Stromberg-Carlson" name, usually now mostly known for their telephone equipment though they also made lots of other electrical apparatus.

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