1825

Old State House Restoration

Boston, MA

1830

Isaiah Rogers, Architect (Alteration)

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

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

c. 1851

James R. Bugbee becomes partner in E. Robinson & Co.

The Parker House

Boston, MA

1855

William Washburn, Architect

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

The Old South Meeting House

Boston, MA

1857

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

Treasury Building (West Wing)

Washington, DC

1862-1864

Isaiah Rogers, Architect

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers (Alteration)

E. Robinson & Co. Invoice, 1869

1864

1865

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

1865

James R. Bugbee, partner with Enoch and William Robinson, leaves E. Robinson & Co.; E. Robinson & Co. changes name to E. Robinson & Son.

Old Naval Hospital

Washington, DC

1866

Ammi Burnham Young, Architect

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

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

Catalogue and Price List of Polished Brass Furniture Trimmings

1888

Polished Brass Furniture Trimmings

1888

Artistic Hardware, Manufactured by Enoch Robinson

1889

Massachusetts State House

Boston, MA

1895

Charles Brigham, Architect (Alteration)

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

E. Robinson & Co. Envelope

1897

Faneuil Hall

Boston, MA

1898

John Smibert, Architect

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

1900

Colonial Door Trimmings

c. 1900

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

French Window Weather-Strip & Bolt

c. 1900

E. Robinson & Co., Manufacturers

Enoch Robinson Letterhead, with Drawer Pull Design

c. 1900

E. Robinson & Co. Invoice

1900

1905

February 14: Albert Robinson dies

1905

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

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