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A prominent Armenian immigrant was watchmaker and inventor Harutun Bab Azadian, who arrived in Syracuse in 1899 and became one of the country’s outstanding instrument makers. Azadian was the son of a wealthy family in Constantinople who showed an early aptitude for technical skills and studied astronomy and mathematics and apprenticed as a watchmaker in Geneva, Switzerland. He then studied art and engraving in Paris, and completed his education at the Polytechnicum in Stuttgart, Germany, before Azadian, his fiancé Akabi, and her friend Joanna Zimmer departed for Syracuse, where Joanna had a relative. After a year of engraving, illustration and lithography work, Azadian went to work at the Syracuse Improved Gauge Company, and in 1902, was granted a patent for his adjustable rack and pinion mechanism design. He opened his own business, the Azadian Gauge Manufacturing Company in 1909, where he employed many Armenians, in addition to other immigrants. Through his contract with Brown Company Industries, his company supplied parts for Henry Ford’s Model T.104 Azadian later rose to national prominence when he was appointed as technical advisor to Woodrow Wilson’s administration on the U.S. War Industries Board, along with Bernard Baruch, Thomas Edison, George Eastman, and Henry Ford.
Thomas , Robert, Henry & Michael Cargen, Grandsons of Harutun Bab Azadian.