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TitleE. T. Slaughter, Stove and Tinware
Alternate TitleChicago Stove Works
DescriptionAdvertising card for E. T. Slaughter showing a woman in a fancy lace dress or shawl. Front of card says: "Gold Coin." Front lower right corner says: "Gies & Co. Buffalo, N.Y." Back of card says: "Gold Medal Cooking Stove. For Wood. Six Sizes--10, 11, 14, 15, 18, 19. This stove is very handsome, a splendid baker, burns freely and can be perfectly controlled.." .Manufatured by Chicago Stove Works, Chicago, Ill." It has an image of the stove and further advertising copy. A stamp on the back says: "E. T. Slaughter, Stoves and Tinware" and gives address:
1221 Grand Avenue,
Kansas City, Mo.
ProductGold Medal Cooking Stove
Subject(s)Advertising cards
Stove industry
Stoves
Women
Local Subject(s)Slaughter, E. T.
PrinterGies & Company
Dateca. 1880-1900
Item TypeAdvertising Card
Dimensions9 x 14 cm.
CollectionAdvertising Cards (SC3)
See finding aid: http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Local,37216
LocationSC3, Box 2, Stoves/Ranges/Coal
BarcodeFront: 10019997; Back: 10020002
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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AcknowledgementThis project is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State.