Early American Industries Association September 1937 Stoves

Early American Industries Association September 1937 Stoves
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Original September 1937 The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association Volume 2 #1

Condition: Very Good+, 9" x 12" tall, 8 pages,

  • Photo and article The Box or Parlor Stove 1750 to 1840 by Lawrence B. Romaine
  • Deacon Shem Drowne Maker of Weather-Vanes by Leroy Thwing
  • 4 Photos of Stoves
  • Annual Meeting
  • The Essex Institute's Collection of Buttons by Willis H. Ropes
  • News and Publications


The Chronicle of the Early American Industries Association was published from 1933  by Leon S. Case Flushing New York and later in Pittsburg, Pa. The original mission statement of the organization stated: “The purpose of the Association is to encourage the study and better understanding of early American industry, in the home, in the shop, on the farm and on the sea, and especially to discover, identify, classify, preserve and exhibit obsolete tools, implements, utensils, instruments, vehicles, appliances and mechanical devices used by American craftsmen farmers, housewives, mariners, professional men and other workers”.


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