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Letter to John Clark, from W. Addie, December 15, 1907
Letter to Clark & McCormack, from A. Guthrie & Co.,  January 6, 1912
Alexander : back of a belt means an absolute guarantee
Alexander brings to you a quality in harness and strapping leathers. . . : Alexander Leather Co. : Harness and strap
Alexander : declares war on belting troubles
Alexander heavy duty
Alexander is a big, brawny, back-boned belt, strong as an ox. . . : Alexander Brothers Philadelphia
Alexander : is conquering
Alexander : sole leather : Alexander Brothers, Philadelphia
Alexander : the belt that rim grips
"Alexander" the drive of American industry : Alexander Brothers
Alexander the great
Alexander : the inevitable belt
Alexander : the inevitable belt
Alexander : the inevitable belt
Alexander : the inevitable belt
Alexander : the inevitable belt
Alexander : the inevitable belt
Alexander : the inevitable belt
Alexander : the inevitable belt
Alexander : the inevitable belt : Alexander Brothers Philadelphia
Alexander : the inevitable belt : Alexander Brothers Philadelphia
Alexander : the inevitable belt : Alexander Brothers Philadelphia
Alexander : the inevitable belt : Alexander is the only tight-line, rim-grip, five-piece-stretch belt. . .
Alexander, the only tight-line belt
Alexander the powerful belt
Alexander uses only straight oak bark : Alexander Brothers
Alexander uses only straight oak bark to tan his leather. . . : Alexander Brothers Philadelphia
And every one an Alexander : ordinary belting rides the crown. . . : Alexander Brothers Philadelphia
Beltdoms greatest mark : 1867 : 1916
HP : FORMULA: to find horse power - take the number of your drives and multiply by Alexander
In all trades there stands alone one envied mark. . .Alexander Brothers Philadelphia
Let Alexander get a tight grip on your pulley
Let Alexander shoulder your load - for he's a brainy, brawny fellow, too big to be staggered and too powerful to be
The Alexander belt is made in one grade only -- the highest.
The Alexander belt is made in one grade only - the highest : Richie, Crawford Co. : Philadelphia
The Alexander dreadnaut belt is waterproof
The black beauty of beltdom
The dominant mark on belting
The value of many useful things that can be made from leather depends upon the quality of the leather itself. . . :
Which belt would you choose to transmit your power? A pulley-slip or a rim-grip belt?
Hudson Bay Store, First Cornice and Second Story Jill, Sheet 2A
Hudson Bay Store, First Story Piers, Sheet 1
Hudson Bay Store, First Story Sill and Cornice Course, North Elevation, Sheet 2B/B
Hudson Bay Store, First to Sixth Story Jills and Lintels, Sheet 5
Hudson Bay Store, Main Cornice, Sheet 8
Hudson Bay Store, Ornamental Pier Panels and Mullions Sixth Story, Sheet 7
Hudson Bay Store, Second and Third Floor Pilasters, Sheet 3A
Hudson Bay Store, Second and Third Floor Pilasters, Sheet 3B/B
Hudson Bay Store, Sixth Story Spandrel Course, Sheet 6
Hudson Bay Store, Spandrels - Third Floor, Mullions - Third, Fourth, and Fifth Floors, Sheet 4A
Hudson Bay Store, Spandrels, Third, Fourth, and Fifth Floors, Sheet 4B/B
Hudson Bay Store, Wall Coping, Sheet 9
Farmers Savings Bank
Booker T. Washington School
Booker T. Washington School
Federal Reserve Bank
Curtis Kingbay Residence, Basement Plan, Sheet1
Curtis Kingbay Residence, East and South Elevations, Sheet 4
Curtis Kingbay Residence, Living Room Fireplace, Kitchen Cabinet Details, Typical Wall Section, Sheet 5
Curtis Kingbay Residence, Reinforcing Plan, Sheet 1
Curtis Kingbay Residence, Sheet 2
Curtis Kingbay Residence, West and North Elevations, Sheet 3
St. Brigid Church
St. Brigid Church
Old National Insurance Company
Deshler Hotel
Nurses Home, Mt. Carmel Hospital
Urlin store building
Allen's Drive-In restaurant
Allen's Drive-In restaurant
Kansas City Fire and Marine Insurance Company
Sales and service building
Shawnee Mission High School
Remington Rand Building, Cleaning Room Drip Tray and Ventilating Hood, Coat Room Shelf, and Standard Stud and Wire Partition, Sheet 9
Remington Rand Building, Details of Display Windows and Canopy, Sheet 7
Remington Rand Building, First Floor Plan, Sheet 3
Remington Rand Building, Foundation Plan, Sheet 2
Remington Rand Building, Oil Hydraulic Freight Elevator
Remington Rand Building, Plot Plan, Sheet 1
Remington Rand Building, Revision Attachment - Steel Beam-Seat
Remington Rand Building, Roof Framing Plan, Drawing Number S101
Remington Rand Building, Second Floor Framing and Roof Framing Plan, Sheet S1
Remington Rand Building, Second Floor Framing Plan, Drawing Number S100
Remington Rand Building, Second Floor Plan, Sheet 4
Remington Rand Building, South Elevation, Sheet 5
Remington Rand Building, Standard Dri-wall Construction, Modular Glass Partition, and Service Window, Sheet 8
Remington Rand Building, Steel Joist and Metal Deck Plan, Sheet 1
Remington Rand Building, Typical Wall Sections, Sheet 6
Residence for Dr. and Mrs. Arlid Hansen, First and Second Floor Plans, Sheet 2
Newfound Street Sound Installation
F. W. Woolworth and Company store
Bank Floor or 2nd, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota
Basement Plan, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota
Detail at Southwest Corner on Alley, Above Ninth Story, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota
Detail at Southwest Corner on Alley, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota
Detail of Openings on Robert and Fourth Streets, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota
Detail on Fourth St. at Corner of Robert Above Ninth Story, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota
Detail on Fourth Street - Corner of Robert, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota
Details for Front Stairs and Elevator Screens, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minnesota