Correspondence, patent specifications,
pamphlet and receipts for
a standard furnace door and deflector plate for locomotives by
F. L. Horspool and Geo. J. Kelly, patentees and owners, Ogden,
Utah, 1897-1901. In oversize drawer.
Fd 1 Two items:
1. Letter to F.L. Horspool from Superintendent
Frederic Coudert from the Union Pacific
Railroad regarding trying furnace door on a
train in Ogden. Dated May 14, 1897.
2. Letter to F.L. Horspool from Superintendent
J.F. Dunn from the Oregon Short Line
Railroad Co. concerning royalty on fire
doors. Dated September 17, 1897.
Fd 2 Two items:
1. Correspondence to F.L. Horspool
General Master Mechanic John Hickey of
the Rio Grande Western Railway about
making a trial of the furnace door. Dated
January 3, 1898.
2. Letter to F.L. Horspool from Superinten-
dent J.F. Dunn of the Oregon Short Line
Railroad Co. concerning costs. Dated
January 7, 1898.
Fd 3 One item:
1. Letter to Geo. J. Kelly from W.H.
of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad
Co. concerning the royalties for the
standard fire door. Dated March 13, 1899.
Fd 4 Three items:
1. Correspondence to Horspool &
Superintendent J.H. McConnell of the
Union Pacific Railroad Company concern-
ing trial of furnace doors. Dated March
2. Letter to Horspool & Kelly
Mechanical Engineer Max Toltz of the
Great Northern Railway Line regarding
his interest in information about the fire
door. Dated June 15, 1900.
3. Letter to G.J. Kelly from Max
garding sketch and pamphlet of fire door
and deflector plate. Dated June 30, 1900.
Fd 5 Two items:
1. U.S. Patent Office receipt to
Horspool, May 24, 1898.
2. U.S. Patent Office receipt to
and Geo. J. Kelly, August 10, 1901.
Fd 6 One item:
1. Pamphlet for Standard Furnace
Deflector Plate by F.L. Horspool and Geo.
J. Kelly, Patentees and Owners, Ogden, Utah.
Fd 7 One item:
1. Patent specification for Door and Deflector
Plate for Steam Boiler Furnaces (Oversize)