Enoch Robinson born
Enoch Robinson begins association with the New England Glass Co.
Enoch Robinson & Henry Whitney: “Making glass knobs for doors”
January 10: New England Glass Co. wins lawsuit against Union Flint Glass Company for violating Robinson / Whitney glass pressing patent
Enoch Robinson joins Francis Draper, establishes Enoch Robinson & Francis Draper in Boston
Enoch Robinson leaves Cambridge for Boston
October 20: E. Robinson, F. Draper, & J.H. Lord: “Ferrule Knob for Doors and Furniture”
December 2: E. Robinson & F. Draper: “Door, Commode, &c, Knob”
G.W. Robinson & Co., 4 Richmond Street
Enoch Robinson & Francis Draper changes name to Francis Draper
October 20: E. & G.W. Robinson: “Method of Attaching Glass Knobs to Metallic Sockets”
E. Robinson & Co. established
January 10: Enoch Robinson & Willam Hall: “Latch of Door and Other Locks”
September 10: Enoch Robinson & Willam Hall: “Window-Fastening”
February 28: Enoch Robinson: “Windlass or Drum for Raising Weights”
January 10: Enoch Robinson: “Improvement in the Method of Attaching Door-Knobs to Their Spindles”
Enoch Robinson builds the Round House in Somerville, Mass.
Ammi B. Young, in his journal, writes that E. Robinson & Co. “are esteemed the best locksmiths in this country.”
E. Robinson hardware displayed in Paris at the Exposition Universelle d’Art et d’Industrie
Fourteenth Exhibition of the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Association
February 11: Enoch Robinson dies; his son Albert takes over the company
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