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American Radiator Company Ad, 1922
Thrift! Wise old Benjamin Franklin, apostle of thrift, set the heating industry one step forward by the invention of the Franklin stove. The American Radiator Company has carried on the work he so well began. Out of its Institute of Thermal Research has come a long procession of better boilers, culminating in the IDEAL TYPE A HEAT MACHINE--the most perfect heating equipment ever developed. It, too, is a contribution to thrift; it pays for itself in the fuel it saves. American Radiator Company. 104 West 42nd Street, New York. 816 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Click here to enlarge.
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