Unusual burners [picture]

Unusual burners [picture]

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Bell, Ken.
[S.l. : K. Bell, ca. 1975]
1 photograph : b&w ; 12.3 x 17.4 cm.
Other Authors: 
Thuro, Catherine M. V.
Format of Material: 
Slides & Transparencies
Bib ID: 
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Call Number: 
Thuro archive, Binder 1
Call Number: 
No call number available
Part of the collection of photographs in the Catherine Thuro archive.
Title taken from: Oil lamps : the kerosene era in North America, by Catherine Thuro, c1976 (BIB 19516, NK6196 .T54).
Kerosene burners, (from right) first burner; made by E. Miller and Co., second burner; made by Booth and Haydens, first patented by Michael collins in September of 1865, third burner; embossed with the words 'New Calcium Light' and '1870', fourth burner; described as the first of the prong type burners, patented February 1868 by A.C. Arnold and E. Blackman, fifth burner; embossed 'The Plume and Atwood Fireside', patented by Lewis J. Atwood.
"1216" written on verso.
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in October 2012.
Object/Material Note: 
Published in Oil lamps : the kerosene era in North America, by Catherine Thuro: 19516, p. 44 (fig. a).