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Object Name Stove, Laundry
Date 1895-1899
Maker J. L. Mott Iron Works
Material Iron
Used Beede, Orlando and Smith house
Description Stove, Laundry, Mott #1, 1895. Four legged stove with round flue opening on top, raised "J.L. Mott. Iron Works. New. York" around flue. Cylindrical stove with two flat or faceted sections that slant outward toward bottom with a protruding ledge where flat irons rest to be heated. Six irons attatched to upper, smaller section; ten irons attached to lower, larger section. All irons have individual records. Fuel door at front matching contour of the stove. Below is a cylindrical section with a vertical fluted design. On front, toward bottom is a protruding movable iron piece for shaking ashes from grate. Detatchable double draft wheel with handle that fits into the ash pit. On apron, "J.L. Mott Iron Works N.Y./No. 1 Improved 1895". a- stove; b- fuel door; c- double draft wheel
Notes Used in laundry of the Smith Beede house prior to the St. Huberts Inn Association; given to Weston when the building was torn down to clear space for the Ausable Club pool in 1920. Irons are: 55.9.3, 55.9.4, 55.9.5, 55.9.6, 55.9.7, 56.43.22, 56.53.1, 56.53.2, 57.223.4, 57.223.5, 57.223.6, 57.267.13a, 58.311.7, 58.311.8, 58.311.9, 58.311.10,
Dimensions H-38.5 L-22.5 D-22 inches
Collection HF190G
Catalog Number 1956.076.0001
Other number AM 0065
Imagefile 051\1956_1956.076.0001.JPG
Species Stove, Laundry