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Kerosene Stove

Kerosene Stove

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Two burner kerosene stove. White metal frame with black top having two circular removable silver grills side by side; each over a removable burner which rests on a plate attached to a tube with a control knob, running to a cup at one end in which fits a glass jar with cap and a special spring type fine tube to feed fuel into a pipe and then to the burner. Came in a corrugated cardboard box marked on the side "MANUFACTURED BY/THE HUENEFELD CO./CINCINNATI 25, OHIO/U.S.A." and tradmark of world with arrow acrros it "ALWAYS BOSS AHEAD" and encircled "KEROSENE RANGES STOVES HEATERS OVENS"; on end "KEROSENE STOVE/C-29" and stenciled on top "BEST FURN CO/TEMPLE TEXAS".
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Object Name
stove, kerosene
Physical Description
metal, iron (overall material)
overall-stove: 10 1/4 in x 26 3/4 in x 12 1/8 in; 26.035 cm x 67.945 cm x 30.7975 cm
overall-in box: 11 3/8 in x 27 3/4 in x 13 in; 28.8925 cm x 70.485 cm x 33.02 cm
ID Number
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accession number
Credit Line
Tom O. Means
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Cultural and Community Life: Domestic Life
Domestic Furnishings
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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