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75 Jahre Mix & Genest 1879-1954 75 Jahre Mix & Genest 1879-1954

Language: German
First Edition: 1954
ISBN: -

Magic lantern glass slide - Pneumatic Tube Magic lantern glass slide - Pneumatic Tube

An early 1900's magic lantern glass slide with in it a photo of a man standing in front of a Mix & Genest pneumatic tube station. Above him you see a "cash carrier wire system".
The photo must be taken somewhere in Berlin, Germany.

Verlag Dr. Franz Stoedner Berlin NW7
Wissenschaftliche Projektion und Stereoskopie

48923. Elektro.
Rohrpost für fernbetrieb

Mix & Genest - Entwurf Grossrohrpostnetz Hamburg Mix & Genest - Entwurf Grossrohrpostnetz Hamburg
Mix & Genest - Stadtrohrpostplan Hamburg Mix & Genest - Stadtrohrpostplan Hamburg
Pneumatic City Mail map of Geneva Pneumatic City Mail map of Geneva

Mix & Genest

Pneumatic City Mail map of Lausanne Pneumatic City Mail map of Lausanne

Mix & Genest

Pneumatic Tube Engine Room Geneva Pneumatic Tube Engine Room Geneva
Pneumatic Tube Postoffice Geneva MontBlanc Pneumatic Tube Postoffice Geneva MontBlanc
Reference list Mix & Genest - June 1927 Reference list Mix & Genest - June 1927

"Von der Mix & Genest A.-G. Abteilung Rohrpost und Förderanlagen Berlin-Schönenberg ausgeführte Stadtrohrpostanlagen"

"By Mix & Genest A.-G. Abteilung Rohrpost und Förderanlagen Berlin-Schönenberg completed Pneumatic City Mail facilities"

Referenceletter Mix & Genest - October 1926 Referenceletter Mix & Genest - October 1926
Share certificate of the Mix and Genest company Share certificate of the Mix and Genest company
A share certificate of the Mix and Genest company from October 1934 worth 100 German Mark.
Unique pneumatic tube photo Unique pneumatic tube photo

This photo is a new print from an early 1900's glass "magic lantern" slide. I think it is a unique one, because it shows three types of transportation in one shot.

The man on the photo is sending a carrier in a pneumatic tube station manufactured by the Mix & Genest  company, which is probably connected to the Berlin pneumatic city mail system (Stadtrohrpost). I conclude this from the title of the slide "Rohrpost für fernbetrieb", translated: long distance pneumatic tube system.

At the left and right side of photo you see a pneumatic tube station for internal building transportation (Hausrohrpost).

And last but certainly not least, at the ceiling of the room there is a cash carrier wire system.

Mentioned at the slide:

"Verlag Dr. Franz Stoedner Berlin NW7
Wissenschaftliche Projektion und Stereoskopie

48923. Elektro.
Rohrpost für fernbetrieb"