Harry Crosby

(4 June 1898 - 10 December 1929 / Boston, Massachusetts)

Telephone Directory


Mad Queen Aeronautical CorporationCyclone 3030
Mad Queen Chemical CorporationGunpowder 3328
Mad Queen Company for the Manufacture of Hand GrenadesGunpowder 8878
Mad Queen Drug Store of Tonics and StimulantsDetonator 8808
Mad Queen Dynamiting and Blasting CompanyRackarock 4196
Mad Queen Express ElevatorsSpeedway 7898
Mad Queen Fireworks CorporationHurricane 1144
Mad Queen Garage for Vandals of the RoadSpeedway 3984
Mad Queen Hospital for Electrifying the HeartCyclone 5679
Mad Queen Jazz BandDetonator 8814
Mad Queen Laboratory for the Manufacture of AphrodisiacsGunpowder 0090
Mad Queen Lighting and Fuel CorporationGunpowder 4301
Mad Queen Manufacturers of High ExplosivesThunderbolt 4414
Mad Queen Racing AutomobilesSpeedway 6655
Mad Queen Rum DistilleryExplosion 1152
Mad Queen SkyscrapersHurricane 7444
Mad Queen Society for the Vivisection of the PhilistinesThunderbolt 8778
Mad Queen Society of IncendiariesRackarock 2254
Mad Queen Steam Locomotive CompanySpeedway 1010
Mad Queen Steam Roller ManufacturersDetonator 1234
Mad Queen Windmills and WeathervanesHurricane 0164

Submitted: Friday, January 03, 2003

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