|Name:||Kirkman Engineering Corp. (K-E); New York (NY) (USA)|
Kirkman Engineering Corp. (K-E), 484-90 Broome Street, New York, N.Y. (1927).
Thomas W. Kirkman.
One horn speaker known. Active in the electrical trade (fuses, lightning arresters, etc). Patens relating to sound reproduction (see below).
Incorporated in 1914.
A patent for an automated stop for talking machines was applied for May 17, 1912 and granted Dec 28, 1915 [U.S. patent no. US1165679].
A patent for a fiber-needle cutter for phonograph needles was applied for Aug 19, 1913 and granted Dec 5, 1916 [U.S. patent no. US1207299].
A patent for improvements in governors of phonographs was applied for May 8, 1917 and granted Aug 14, 1917 [U.S. patent no. US1236449].
A patent for stamped sheet metal loudspeaker casings was applied for Jan 17, 1924 and granted Mar 23, 1926 [U.S. patent no. US1577580].
This manufacturer was suggested by Mark Hippenstiel.