1900. Patent number: 645121 ERNEST OLDENBUSCH OF WEEHAWKEN, NEW JERSEY, ASSIGNOR TO KRONHEIMER, OLDENBUSCH & CO. Of NEW YORK, NY. INK WELL
1901. Patent No. 676,200 E. OLDENBUSCH, SHEET METAL FRAME FOR PICTURES MIRRORS OR SIMILAR ARTICLES. “My invention relates to improvements in sheet metal frames for pictures, mirrors and similar articles; and the object of my invention is to provide a frame of cheap and economical construction.”
1902. Patent number: 695229 ERNEST OLDENBUSCH OF HOBOKEN, NEW JERSEY, ASSIGNOR TO KRONHEIMER AND OLDENBUSCH COMPANY, A CORPORATION OF NEW YORK. FRAME
1902 Patent for LADY’s BELT. To all whom it may concern: Be it known that I, ERNEST OLDENBUSCH, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of Hoboken, in the county of Hudson and State of New Jersey, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Ladies’ Belts, of which the following is a specification. My invention relates to improvements in ladies’ belts; and the object of my invention is to provide a device of neat and attractive appearance which when worn by ladies will give the long- waist effect now much desired and keep the dress in position.
1905. Patent 802,082 Oct. 17, 1905. APPARATUS FOR SPINNING METAL Ernest Oldenbusch, New York City. A machine for spinning metal upon which comparatively unskilled labor may be employed. Some of the difficulties of ordinary spinning are obviated. The unevenness of the metal in a hand- spun piece is not manifested by this machine and the extra thickness in such cases must be removed, in hand spinning with extra labor. Metal spun by this machine is free from wrinkles and corrugations. Platers’ guide: with which is combined Brass world, Volume 1
1905. The factory of the Kronheimer and Oldenbusch Co, 336 Butler St, Brooklyn, is a five story building heated by 3,300 square feet of coil radiation, ten per cent of which is in two coils upon the first floor, through which the returns from the upper floors pass. The condensation from the other two coils upon the first floor is lifted eleven feet and carried back to the pump upon the ceiling. The returns and drips are provided with impulse valves and a differential controlling valve is placed in the main return pipe. Domestic engineering and the journal of mechanical …, Volume 30, Issue 8
1906. STATIONERS BOARD OF TRADE. At the regular monthly meeting of the Stationers Board of Trade held on the afternoon of the 9th inst., the following officers and committees were unanimously re-elected for the ensuing year: President Henry C. Bainbridge; First Vice-President James C. Aikin; Second Vice-President Charles S. Kiggins; Secretary and Treasurer Herbert M. Condit………. Kronheimer & Oldenbusch Co. were elected to membership. The publishers weekly, Volume 69, Part 1
OLDENBUSCH METAL MACHINE CO. Ossining, N.Y., has been incorporated, capital stock $100,000, to manufacture machinery and tools. Incorporators: Ernest Oldenbusch, N.H. Stewart and William H. Shaw. Engineering review, Volume 16 1906.
1911. KRONHEIMER, LOUIS M., 561 Broadway. Kronheimer & Oldenbusch Co.
1915. Kronheimer & Oldenbusch Co NY. Ernest Oldenbuseh Pres; Nelson A Ransohoff V Ргеs; Louis M Kronheimer Sec; Nelson H Stewart Treas. Capital $60.000. Directors: Ernest Oldenbusch, Louis M Kronheimer, Nelson A Ransohoff, Nelson H Stewart. Novelties, 364 5th Ave. Polk’s New York copartnership and corporation directory.
1918. KRONHEIMER, LOUIS M. 302 Fifth Ave. Kronheimer & Oldenbusch Co. Sec’y and Dir. Directory of directors in the city of New York