Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 27 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: MS 020
Abstract The archives of the Winchester Repeating Arms Co. contain the original sales ledgers for firearms models (1866 – 1907), photographs of all Winchester firearms models, correspondence documenting the company's role in both World Wars, a large collection of domestic and foreign firearms catalogs, and several thousand engineering drawings. A portion of the collection contains the original patents for firearm technology purchased by Winchester.
Identifier: MS 065
Identifier: MS 066
Abstract Serial number record books from these companies: Series I-Marlin; Series II-Hunter Arms-L.C. Smith.
Identifier: MS 104
Abstract Two sets of copies of notebooks kept by Nicholas Kusmit to record his Custom Shop work for the Winchester Repeating Arms Company Custom Shop, and later as part of the Olin Corporation. The white notebooks are simply photocopies of the various notebooks he kept, while the Winchesters That I Have Engraved volumes are prints from digital scans, which are all on CD-Rom at the beginning of the series. Nick’s format for his diaries is: Left side page lists completed guns with summary of daily...
Identifier: MS 111
Abstract The collection consists of advertisements for firearms and firearm related products. Product advertisements include firearms, gun powder, gun cartridges, targets, and related sporting goods.
Collection — Box MS162.01
Identifier: MS 162
Scope and Contents Collection includes Winchester catalogs 1960-1999; Winchester price lists begin in 1933 and end in 1991 but are not complete. Marlin price lists consist of the years 1946, 1953, 1961 and 1982; Marlin catalogs include 1960, 1962-1999, and a parts catalog.
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: MS 249
Collection — Box MS255.OS1
Identifier: MS 255
Abstract Letters, photographs and news reports about Mrs. Troup E. Saxon of Claremore, Oklahoma, 1909-1914. She was a representative of and featured shooter in advertisements for the Ithaca Gun Company. She and her husband Capt. Troup E. Saxon held shooting demonstrations at trap shoots and helped organize shooting clubs in Oklahoma and northern Texas. Volume: one oversize box (1/4 c.f.)
Collection — Box MS262.01
Identifier: MS 262
Collection — Box MS293.01
Identifier: MS 293
Abstract Ruger catalogs, various firearms magazine articles on Ruger concentrating on Ruger No.1 Single-Shot, news clippings, correspondence, Ruger advertisements, various firearms magazine advertisements on Ruger, various firearms magazine articles on Ruger No. 1 and other Ruger revolvers & rifles, Ruger No. 1 instructions & parts list, 7 typed pages of statistics and information on the Ruger No. 1 Single-Shot.