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Sidney Steel Scraper Company

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Sidney Steel Scraper Company, 1905-1929 and n. d. | Historical Construction Equipment Association

By Thomas Berry

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Collection Overview

Title: Sidney Steel Scraper Company, 1905-1929 and n. d.Add to your cart.

ID: 1/101/1820

Primary Creator: Sidney Steel Scraper Company (1880-c. 1936)

Extent: 0.05 Linear Feet

Arrangement: Group 1, Machinery Records, is arranged by record format, record type and subseries.

Subjects: Backfill board, Concrete cart, Factory, Fresno scraper, George D. Toy, Good Roads Magazine, Grading plow, J. H. Doering, Mortar tub, Panama Canal, Road drag, Rooter plow, Ross Historical Center, Scraper, Shelby County Democrat, Shelby County Historical Society, Side scraper, Sidney, Ohio, Sidney Steel Scraper, Slip scraper, Slusser-McLean, Tongue scraper, Wheelbarrow, Wheeled scraper, William A. Perry, William Haslup

Forms of Material: Advertisement, Brochure, Catalog, Folio, Operation manual, Parts book, Patent record, Sales literature, Service literature, Spec sheet

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection consists of sales and service literature and patent records discussing the company’s products.

Collection Historical Note

The Sidney Steel Scraper Company was founded in Sidney, Ohio, in 1880 by William Haslup and J. H. Doering, and was incorporated in 1902. Patent record 1698375 indicates that it was incorporated in New Jersey. It once had 14 sales offices in foreign countries, from Hong Kong to Rio De Janeiro to Cape Town, South Africa. The May 11, 1906, edition of the "Shelby County Democrat", reported that the company was manufacturing five train car loads of scrapers and wheel barrows for use in the construction of the Panama Canal. A decade or so later, the company’s products were used by many governments to construct airfields and other earthworks.

 

William A. Perry succeeded Haslup as president of the firm upon Haslup’s death. The Slusser-McLean Scraper Company (Collection 1822) acquired The Sidney Steel Scraper Company (Collection 1820) circa 1936, and William Haslup’s house became the Ross Historical Center, home of the Shelby County Historical Society.

Biographical Note

The Sidney Steel Scraper Company was founded in Sidney, Ohio, in 1880 by William Haslup and J. H. Doering, and was incorporated in 1902. Patent record 1698375 indicates that it was incorporated in New Jersey. It once had 14 sales offices in foreign countries, from Hong Kong to Rio De Janeiro to Cape Town, South Africa. The May 11, 1906, edition of the "Shelby County Democrat", reported that the company was manufacturing five train car loads of scrapers and wheel barrows for use in the construction of the Panama Canal. A decade or so later, the company’s products were used by many governments to construct airfields and other earthworks.

William A. Perry succeeded Haslup as president of the firm upon Haslup’s death. The Slusser-McLean Scraper Company (Collection 1822) acquired The Sidney Steel Scraper Company (Collection 1820) circa 1936, and William Haslup’s house became the Ross Historical Center, home of the Shelby County Historical Society.

Subject/Index Terms

Backfill board
Concrete cart
Factory
Fresno scraper
George D. Toy
Good Roads Magazine
Grading plow
J. H. Doering
Mortar tub
Panama Canal
Road drag
Rooter plow
Ross Historical Center
Scraper
Shelby County Democrat
Shelby County Historical Society
Side scraper
Sidney, Ohio
Sidney Steel Scraper
Slip scraper
Slusser-McLean
Tongue scraper
Wheelbarrow
Wheeled scraper
William A. Perry
William Haslup

Administrative Information

Repository: Historical Construction Equipment Association

Access Restrictions: There are no restrictions on this collection.

Acquisition Method:

This is an artificial collection comprised of records from multiple accessions. Initial records in this collection were found in files. Additional records have been received from:

* Judd Griffith Collection, Accession 2000-0113 (received Sep 22 2000)


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Group 1: Machinery records, 1905-1929 and n. d.Add to your cart.
Series 1: Sales literature, 1905-1929 and n. d.Add to your cart.
Subseries 1: Judd Griffith Collection, 1905-c. 1925 and n. d.Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Catalog 45, c. 1925Add to your cart.
Sidney Steel Scraper sales literature and service literature: Brochure, spec sheet, operation manual and parts book in folio discuss Vulcan, Dreadnaught, Capitol, Groundhog and Gopher slip scraper; Fresno scraper; tongue scraper; backfill board; side scraper; grading plow; rooter plow; wheelbarrow; concrete cart; and mortar tub. Includes illustration of factory exterior. Dated from context.
Folder 2: Miscellaneous, 1905 and n. d.Add to your cart.

Sidney Steel Scraper sales literature:

* Advertisement photocopied from Mar 1905 Good Roads Magazine lists Haslup Patent wheelbarrow and drag scraper, and grading plow. Illustration of wheeled scraper and wheelbarrow.

* Brochure and spec sheet discusses Haslup, SSS Squareback, Ox Shovel, Groundhog and Great Western slip scraper; wheeled scraper; tongue scraper; SSS backfill board, road drag, side scraper, grading plow, rooter plow and Fresno scraper; wheelbarrow; concrete cart; and mortar tub.

Series 2: U. S. Patent Office patent records, 1909-1929Add to your cart.
Printouts of pdf files, Sidney Steel Scraper patent record: 930959, issued to William Haslup for wheelbarrow, and 1698375, issued to William A. Perry and George D. Toy for wheeled scraper.


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