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Stewart Iron Work's First
Location, 8th & Madison. They
 started business here in
1862.  This picture is later.

You can see the Stewart
 location on this Sanborn Fire
Map. This is a small piece of a
much larger set of Sanborn
Fire Maps.  More here.

The Stewart Iron Works,
 The Stewart Iron works was 
west   of Madison, near 17th. 
Their web site is here.
 Thanks! to Nancy and Dennis
Hanseman for this image.

 

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Interior Views at Stewart Iron Works
These men are working on one of most important products
 of Stewart Iron Works - jail cells.  The jail cells of Alcatraz and the front gate of Fort Knox, and
hundreds of other notable sites came from Covington, Kentucky.

 

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A Fence weaving machine
 at Stewart's

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Stewart Iron Works, c. 1960's

 

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Alcatraz Leavenworth New York City's
The Tombs
Sing Sing
The cells at most major American prisons were all made by Covington's Stewart Iron Works.   

 

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Advertising piece from Stewart Iron Works

Advertising piece from Stewart Iron Works
front and back

 

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Iron Gate from Stewart Ironworks The Gates of Fort Knox
were made by Covington's
Stewart Iron Works.

 

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A variety of Stewart Ads from various old magazines 

 

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Stewart's had it's main offices and factory in Covington (left)
and a warehouse in Cincinnati (right).

 

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Stewart had a subsidiary for a while, called the United States Motor Truck Company.  They did fine selling trucks to the US in WWI, but were teetering on the brink when the great depression hit, and that was that.

  

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United States Motor Truck Company, ad from 1922, and 1912

 

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United States Motor Truck Company, 1922
southwest corner of 17th & Madison
since 1909

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. . . and then there was the time one of the workers shot the president of the company.  Here.

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