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The General Electric Company is a conglomerate company founded on April 23, 1889 by Thomas A. Edison and Henry Willard in New York City, New York after consolidation of the Edison Lamp Works, Edison Machine Works, Bergmann & Company and Edison Electric Light Company. Its headquarters have been in New York City, New York (1889-1974), Fairfield, Connecticut (1974-2016) and Boston, Massachusetts (2016-present). In 1892, the Edison General Electric Company merged with the Thomson-Houston Electric Company, forming the General Electric Company.

SUBSIDIARIES

PLANTS

  • Cleveland, Ohio
  • Fort Wayne, Indiana
  • Harrison, New Jersey
  • Lynn, Massachusetts
  • Pittsfield, Massachusetts
  • Schenectady, New York

COMPANY NAMES

Edison General Electric Company (1889-1892)

General Electric Company (1892-present)

PRODUCTS

  • Air Compressors
  • Air Conditioners
    • "Thinline"
    • "Winter"
  • Arc Welding Equipment
  • Automatic Blankets
  • Automatic Dryers (1956-present)
  • Auxiliary Motor Control
  • Electric Auxiliary Power
    • Auxiliary Turbine-Generator Units
    • Steam Engine-Driven Generating Sets
  • Electric Fans
    • Bracket (8, 12, or 16-inch)
      • Oscillating (12 or 16-inch)
    • Ceiling (52 or 58-inch)
    • Desk (8, 12, or 16-inch)
      • Oscillating (12 or 16-inch)
    • Exhaust (12 or 16-inch)
    • Floor-Column/Counter-Column (52 or 58 inch)
  • Electric Propulsion Equipment
  • Electronic Reproducers
    • Model 326
    • Model 327
  • Exposure Meters
    • Type DW-58
    • Deluxe Type PR-1
  • Furnaces (Gas/Oil)
  • Genemotor Auto Starter
  • Marine Geared Turbines
  • Motors
    • Deck Auxiliary (marine)
    • Engine Room (marine)
  • National Mazda Lamps
  • Oil Burners
  • Radios
    • Model 100 (1946)
    • Model 101 (1946)
    • Model 110 (1946-1948)
    • Model 111 (1946-1948)
    • Model 321 (1946)
    • Model F-96 (1937-1938)
    • Model F-107 (1937-1938)
    • Model F-135 (1937-1938)
  • Radio-Phonographs
    • Model F-109 (1937-1938)
  • Ranges
    • "Flavor-Saver" Oven
  • Refrigerators (1927-present)
    • 8-cu-ft
    • 10-cu-ft
    • De Luxe
  • Searchlights
  • Sergeant Electric Alarm Clocks
  • Steam & Dry Iron (1927-present)
  • Switchboards
  • Television (1927-1987)
  • Toasters
  • Tungar Battery Chargers
  • Washing Machines
    • Model WA-950S 5-Cycle "Filter-Flo" Washer
  • Wiring Systems
    • BX Cable
    • Conduit and Code Wire
    • Light Switches (w/ or w/o pilot light)
    • Outlet Boxes
    • Outlets

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