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Badger State Machine Co

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Punching machine at Britannia Mine Museum (Canada)

of Janesville, WI, USA

  • Made punching and shearing machinery, and woodworking machinery, including a 12" tablesaw. They were in business by 1903. At some point their name changed to Nowlan Machine Works (Harry O. Nowlan was company president and treasurer). In 1920 the company's assets were acquired by the owners of the Wisconsin Farm Implement Company, and the machinery and equipment moved to Beloit, Wisconsin. [1]

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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Vintage Machinery website: Manufacturers Index - Badger State Machine Co.