1825

1830

Old State House Restoration

Boston, MA

Isaiah Rogers, Architect

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

1830

1839

E. Robinson & Co. established

1839

January 2: E. Robinson & Co., 32 Dock Square

1843

William Hall leaves E. Robinson & Co.; founds Wm. Hall & Co., 27 Dock Square, Boston, Mass.

1846

E. Robinson & Co. moves to 4 Washington Street

1850

1855

The Parker House

Boston, MA

William Washburn, Architect

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

1855

1857

The Old South Meeting House

Boston, MA

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

1857

1862

Treasury Building (West Wing)

Washington, DC

Isaiah Rogers, Architect

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

Expansion, 1862–1864

1865

Ammi B. Young, in his journal, writes that E. Robinson & Co. “are esteemed the best locksmiths in this country.”

1866

Old Naval Hospital

Washington, DC

Ammi Burnham Young, Architect

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

1866

1867

E. Robinson hardware displayed in Paris at the Exposition Universelle d’Art et d’Industrie

1873

E. Robinson & Co. moves to 21 Brattle Street

1875

1888

February 11: Enoch Robinson dies; his son Albert takes over the company

c. 1888

E. Robinson & Co. moves to 39–41 Cornhill

1888

Catalogue and Price List of Polished Brass Furniture Trimmings

1888

1895

Massachusetts State House

Boston, MA

Charles Brigham, Architect

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

1895

1898

Faneuil Hall

Boston, MA

John Smibert, Architect

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

1898

1899

Massachusetts Historical Society

Boston, MA

Edmund March Wheelwright, Architect

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

1899

1900

1905

February 14: Albert Robinson dies

1905

G.N. Wood & Co. acquires E.Robinson & Co.

1914

L.S. Hall & Co. acquires G.N. Wood & Co. / E. Robinson & Co.

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