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Griswold Griddle Patent, 1916

Griswold Griddle Patent, 1916

Inventor: Roger W. Griswold. Assigned to Griswold Mfg. Co. Patent application filed Nov. 8, 1915. Granted Nov. 14, 1916. #1,204,429.

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