Chicago: Ottaway & Co, Printers, . First Edition. Tall 8vo. 12 pp. 6 full-page illustrations. Tan printed wrappers in fine condition. Item #19444
A promotional pamphlet to solicit funds for building "A Stove Without a Stove Pipe" invented by Carlton Seaver. "The object of this invention is to construct a stove so that the smoke and other products of combustion shall pass downward through the bottom thereof into a pipe that leads under the floor of the room in which the stove is placed and into the chimney, while the heat and light of the fire shall warm and light the room in which the stove is." Includes a replicati of Seaver's patent filed in 1880.