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Calvert Street Capital

Capital I and Lower Case N (No Logo's)

Two haunting and Magical little songs from Sesame Street. Steve Zuckerman is so cool! 'Capital I' was the second thing I looked up on ...

Diamond Heat Treat Purchases TITAN Vacuum Furnace to Support IGT and Aerospace Industries

 H6 vacuum furnace with 6-bar gas quenching to expand their capabilities. They will also rely on Ipsen to provide local, hands-on support for installation, start-up supervision and personnel training.

While Diamond Heat Treat – acquired by Calvert Street Capital Partners – already has three vacuum furnaces at their Rockford, Illinois facility, the new TITAN furnace’s range of process capabilities allows them to better address key needs for different markets. According to Mike Sobieski, CEO of the thermal processing strategy, “This addition of technical capabilities is in line with our strategy of partnering with family-owned thermal processing companies and then investing in both people and equipment to enable profitable growth.”

One of Ipsen’s modular heat-treating systems, the TITAN features a 36” x 48” x 36” (915 mm x 1,220 mm x 915 mm) work zone with a 3,000-pound (1,361 kg) load capacity. This furnace is also capable of operating at temperatures of 1,000 °F to 2,400 °F (538 °C to 1,316 °C) with ±10 °F (±6 °C) temperature uniformity. Overall, Ipsen's TITAN vacuum heat-treating systems provide an advanced solution with their ability to deliver powerful performance, cutting-edge technology and immediate delivery.

Our legacy: Old story sheds light on a storied family

"Brown was married to Estella Henderson on June 12, 1894, and they became the parents of 23 children, 10 of whom are living. Two of their sons are employees of the Naval Academy, Earl as a laborer for buildings and grounds, and Ernest in the Naval Academy laundry.

"Charles is at a school at Millswamp ... Theodore works for the Annapolis Dairies. Philip is an assistant to his aunt Ellen Parker, color mortician. Joseph is a diet cook at the Naval Hospital. John Henry is a local musician and Hiram is a high school student. Two daughters, Sarah Green and Mary Jackson, live in Annapolis, and there are 30 grandchildren.

"Brown and his wife own their home at 17 Calvert St., and are members of Asbury M.E. Church. Brown said today that he does not plan to be idle, though retired, and will raise hogs on a piece of property near Camp Parole, which he is buying."

What a fascinating story about one of the largest families in city history, part of every aspect of life from building to education to entertainment. One family member joined in the successful lawsuit that struck down the grandfather clause, gaining a sweet victory in the Supreme Court that restored the right of suffrage for Annapolis' men of color.

Conservatives, why don't you attack these companies that support gay marriage instead of the media.?

You guys always say the "liberal media" is promoting the "gay agenda". And you attack them for it.
There are some great American companies who support me as a gay person, among them, Microsoft and Google.