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Q: What does "10" mean on the front of stove as wells Winner Oak? ( Answered 1 out of 5 stars,   1 Comment )
Subject: What does "10" mean on the front of stove as wells Winner Oak?
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: wickedtexaspam-ga
List Price: $5.00
Posted: 19 Mar 2003 17:58 PST
Expires: 18 Apr 2003 18:58 PDT
Question ID: 178499
What were the years of operation/existence of the Channon-Emery Stove
Company in Quincy, Illinois?  Where can I obtain information on their
stoves and their value?
Subject: Re: What does "10" mean on the front of stove as wells Winner Oak?
Answered By: jeanwil-ga on 20 Mar 2003 05:37 PST
Rated:1 out of 5 stars
Hi wickedtexaspam-ga,

Not much informatin is on the web with regards to them.  These are all
that I found.  Maybe you could check your local library to see if they
have anything on them.

The Official Catalogue of Exhibitors: Universal Exposition, St. Louis,
U. S. A., 1904
A copy of this book is available in the Special Collections Department
Library). (call number RB-F 606 ST.) Due to the poor condition of this
no photocopying can be allowed. 

Channon Emery Stove Co. ---------------------------------- (Dept. D-
Group 48- No.0926)
Department D- Manufactures: (Abbreviated as: ( Dept. D - ) ) 


Best regards,


search words 'Channon-Emery Stove Company'
wickedtexaspam-ga rated this answer:1 out of 5 stars
I had the EXACT information she sent me!  What a waste of $5.00!  Bummer, dude!

Subject: Re: What does "10" mean on the front of stove as wells Winner Oak?
From: pinkfreud-ga on 20 Mar 2003 18:22 PST

Since most of us don't have crystal balls or psychic powers, there is
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telling you something you already knew.

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