The company made lathes between 1913 and the late 1920's or early 30's. They were essentially hand-made. About 200 were in the hold of the Lusitania when it was torpedoed, but I doubt that they're in restorable condition today. The Sound Beach factory, including all of its machine tools, was acquired by the Swedish Electrolux company as their first American location for producing vacuum cleaners. Interesting, I can find no mention of a "Sound Beach" (other than Long Island Sound) on the 'Net.
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