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- METAL/ALLOY-IRON-CAST; METAL-STEEL;
- A-This black cast iron cook stove has rounded corners and a cook surface measuring 69.5cm by 63cm with an oval opening at the back for stove pipe. There are four 22cm diameter holes used with lids for cooking. Three lids are numbered 971.2.7.G, H, I and measure 21cm in diameter with "KEN" cast on …
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- A-This black cast iron cook stove has rounded corners and a cook surface measuring 69.5cm by 63cm with an oval opening at the back for stove pipe. There are four 22cm diameter holes used with lids for cooking. Three lids are numbered 971.2.7.G, H, I and measure 21cm in diameter with "KEN" cast on the bottom of each and on the opposite top face of lid is a small square hole for a handle to hook in hole for removing. The fourth lid is in three circular sections and numbered 971.2.7.J,K, and L. J measures 21cm in diameter with "FA 8 95' cast underneath, K measures 14cm in diameter with "FA 8 M 95 2" cast underneath and L measure 8cm in diameter with "FA 8M 95 3" cast underneath. These three rings fit inside each other to form full sized lid for stove. On top surface of each section of lid is a small square opening for a handle to hook in for removing. The left hand side surface holes on stove can be converted to a 48cm long oval hole by removing a metal section in the middle numbered 971.2.7. N which measures 23cm by 23.5cm with sides cut out to accommodate round lids. On the top rear, right hand side of stove "NO 8" is cast into the surface. A 27cm long by 67cm wide metal section extends from front of stove, it has a 35cm by 26cm by 6cm deep rectangular reservoir in the center of metal section and has a 30cm wrought-iron, mesh front. A 35.5cm by 27cm metal plate numbered 971.2.7.E with four square holes near the top rests over the reservoir area. It has "McGLARY MFGC' 'LONDON TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG' cast on the top surface. There is a smaller rectangular section of metal measuring 27cm by 7.5cm with two 5.5cm by 3cm holes on each end and two smaller holes in the center. This is numbered 971.2.7.F. and rests on item number E in order to control heat temperature by sliding smaller plate back and forth to open and close square air holes. A small hinged door measuring 31cm by 13cm attaches above items E and F and covers the metal grate which exposes fire area inside of stove. Door is numbered 971.2.7. D and has 'BRANDON' and scrolled designs cast on the surface. Door is slightly rounded outwards and has a small, round handle at one end. There is a small oven in rear of stove which is accessible from either side of stove by an "L" shaped hinged door measuring 46.5cm by 30cm with a small, round chrome knob. Doors are numbered 971.2.7.B and C, with 'BRANDON' and a plant in a pot with detailing cast in side. Inside oven is a metal rack measuring 40cm by 25.5cm, rack is numbered 971.2.7.S. and has extreme rust and corrosion. On left and right side of oven is a small 16cm by 14.5cm square metal section with rounded out surface with "McGLARY'S FAMOUS STOVES" cast in metal. Stove has four separate cast-iron legs numbered 971.2.7.O.P.Q. and R. The legs measure 22cm in height by 11.5cm wide, they are slightly rounded tapering to a squared foot at bottom. There is cast detailing on legs. Curved chrome handle with a triangular end is numbered 971.2.7.M. There are three broken sections of a metal grate numbered 971.2.7.T.U.and V. These are extremely rusted and corroded. Possibly used in bottom of stove for hot coals.
- History Of Use
- This cast iron cook stove was brought up by steamboat to Hazelton and used until the late 1950's. Stove has 22 pieces numbered.
- METAL/ALLOY-IRON-CAST; METAL-STEEL;
- Units Of Measurement
- Accession No.
- 1971.2.7 a-v
- Type of Record
- Museum Artifact