The Hand Saws of Harvey W. Peace

The following resources were used while researching this page:

Web Sites & Internet Resources

The Directory of American Tool and Machinery Patents:

The Old Tools Email List: Archive and Subscription Information

Sheffield Records Online:


Brundage, Larry N. "Harvey W. Peace And The R.Hoe Connection." The Chronicle Dec. 1992: 100-101

Cope, Ken. "Harvey W. Peace , Sawmaker." The Chronicle Mar. 1993: 18-19.

Brundage, Larry. "Still Another Piece on Peace." The Chronicle June 1993: 51.

"Harvey W. Peace's Fan Club." The Chronicle Mar. 1993: 21.


Orr & Lockett Hardware Co. Catalog of Mechanics Tools 1898 (reprint). Berkeley, CA: Robin Hood Publications, 1975. 16-21. (Available from the EAIA)

Schaffer, Erwin L. Hand-Saw Makers of North America. Rockford, IL: Osage P, 1999.

Cope, Kenneth L. Collectable Tools: Tool Ads 1842-1920. Rockford, IL: Osage P, 1999.

The Civil, Political, Professional and Ecclesiastical History and Commercial Industrial Record of the County of Kings and the City of Brooklyn, N.Y. From 1683 to 1884. Ed. Henry A. Stiles. Vol. 2. New York: W. W. Munsell & Co., 1884. 700-705.

Wiley's American iron trade manual of the leading iron industries of the United States, with a description of the iron ore regions, blast furnaces, rolling mills, Bessemer s teel works, crucible steel works, car wheel and car works, locomotive works, steam engine and machine works, iron bridge works, iron ship yard, pipe and tube works, and stove foun dries of the country, giving their location and capacity of product. Ed. and Comp. Thomas Dunlap. xxviii, New York, J. Wiley and Son, 1874. pg. 81

Boyd, Andrew. The New York state business directory and gazetteer. Syracuse, NY: Truair, Smith & Co., Printers, 1870. pg 804


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