Harris Steam Engine, 1892

This engine was designed and built by the William A. Harris Steam Engine Company, corner of Park and Promenade Streets, Providence, RI. William A. Harris was the plant superintendant at the Corliss Steam Engine Company until 1869, when the Corliss patent ran out. He then started his own company using the Corliss valve design. This engine was installed in the Pond Lily Company in Westville, Connecticut, dyers of cotton piece goods.