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Hespeler Machinery Company - Makers of Woodworking Machinery Free 1909 Catalogue


 As I mentioned in a previous post, I am working on making all my Hespeler, Ontario related booklets, catalogues that are in the Public Domain available to the public. Some are on the internet now, some are in my collection. I combine the best versions I can find and post them.

This catalogue from the 1909 from the  Hespeler Manufacturing Company Ltd of wood working machinery has beautiful photos of the types of machinery used in making wood products. As the catalogue states., Manufacturers of High Grade Wood Tools - Hespeler Ontario. Here is the LINK to the catalogue.

My book on Hespeler History - The Authorized Winfield Brewster Collection comes out in time for the holidays 2021.

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