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 Posted: Wed Mar 11th, 2020 08:01 am
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Mike Kearns

Joined: Fri Nov 24th, 2006
1936 - Hueglin's second circulator design, the round leg base, and also his own design owned lock, stock and barrel not by Federal Merchandise Co., but his own Airmaster Corporation:

Example courtesy of the Huber Image Collection: 

The threaded pedestal base very conveniently unscrews for shipping. The previous "step-base" model bases were not designed for disassembly, as the tube pedestal was pressed over the base, and the neck pressed into the pedestal neck.

Airmaster Arm - Period photograph by Andre Kertesz

Airmaster begins marketing for Sears and Roebuck, rebranding the Airmaster fans with the Kenmore badges: 

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Last edited on Mon Jun 28th, 2021 12:08 pm by Mike Kearns