Peter Frasse & Co.
Henri Frasse opens his shop at 95 Fair Street
Henri Frasse dies. Peter A Frasse, Henri's son, takes over and renames his father's business.
J.M. Montgomery joins Peter A. Frasse's operation as a partner, and the company becomes known as "Peter A. Frasse & Co." The company produces tools such as twist drills, machine screws and files
J.M. Montgomery leaves the Frasse business and founds "J.M. Montgomery & Co."
Peter A. Frasse & Co. produces vises, forges, lathes and other blacksmith's and moves into a new building at 95 Fulton Street
Peter A. Frasse and Peter A. Frasse & Co. is incorporated
Peter A. Frasse & Co. produces bicycles, bicycle supplies, steel tubing, and tubing parts
The company moves to #94 Fulton Street
Peter A. Frasse & Co. becomes the sole eastern distributor for Shelby Cold Drawn Seamless Steel Tubes, a product used for bicycle frames
The company focuses on producing automobile parts, and discontinues the manufacture of bicycles and bicycle parts
Source; The New York Historical society.
No pictures of machines available.