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Griswold Stove Patent, 1925

Griswold Stove Patent, 1925

Inventor: J.C. Hollands. Assigned to Griswold Mfg. Co. Patent applied for Sept. 18, 1922. Granted Nov. 24, 1925. #1,563,026.

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