|Object Name||Stove, Cylinder|
|Maker||Peninsular Stove Company, Buffalo, NY|
|Used||Blue Mountain House|
"Peninsular Stove No. 418" cylinder stove. Base burner type with column-shaped fire box. 4 nickel-plated legs bolted to nickel-plated apron. Ash pit has hinged door with draft wheel. Small hinged door on side. Grates in base of fire box that flip down when a shaft extending into ash pit is turned. Nickel-plated band (foot rail?) separates ash pit from fire box. 2 vertical nickel-plated ornaments on either side of fire box. 2 doors on front of fire box. Bottom larger door has draft wheel and prior marks on front: '"418-Peninsular". Top smaller door has draft vents that slide open. Nickel-plated band around top of fire box. Burner lid on top of fire box. Oval stove pipe opening on top, in back. Piece of stove pipe opening flap still attached. Ornamental cover with urn over top of stove. Cast iron vent running along back of stove opening out to floor with grate on top (possibly to conduct heat somewhere else?) Prior marks on vent: "Peninsular Stove Co./(company label)/Detroit/Chicago/Buffalo".
a: stove body, b: top cover, c: lid, d: top door, e: bottom door, f: back panel of bottom door, g: grate
|Dimensions||H-59.5 W-30 D-30.5 inches|
|Other number||AM 0002|