Advertising card for Ernst Stoeltzing showing a young boy in blacksmith's garb hammering a horseshoe on an anvil. Front of card says: "Tel. 351 Grand. Est. 1868. Ernst Stoeltzing, Hardware and Metal Worker." Back of card says: "'Fireside Garland,' For Wood Only. A new departure in wood-burning stoves. This is unquestionably the quickest-heating and most economical wood-burning store ever invented. Its operation is magical and its fire-retaining qualities marvelous." Address given on front of card: 1415 Grand Ave, Kansas City, Mo.
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