I thought that I’d share this M. H. Schrenkeisen factory drawing from an October 1880 Scientific American cover. It depicts the full cabinetmaking process beginning with raw logs coming into the factory and in the lower right you can see finished Eastlake-style furniture. I guess Home Depot and Lowes had not yet opened in their neighborhood and they had to cut their own logs.
Schrenkeisen produced some of the furniture in the Renaissance Revival era that often gets confused with John Jelliff furniture and this image depicts their factory almost a decade later when style had changed.
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