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Q: I bought a Hoosier-type kitchen cabinet in 1981 for 5.The metal plate on the top says "Klemp, Leavenworth, Ks." It's in perfect shape and has copper hardware, metal spice racks, a metal bread drawer, large flour drawer, breadboard, silverware drawer, meat grinder attachment and enamel pullout work surface.I have been unable to find any information on the maker and wonder how much the cabinet is worth today. Klemp was born in Prussia in 1844 and moved to Kansas in 1863.He worked in Leavenworth as a wood-working machinist until he fought in the Kansas Militia during the Civil War.
A very popular pattern has green shamrocks scattered on the creamy glaze. A: Your lamp probably was made by Edward Miller & Co., also known as the Miller Lamp Co.
Q: In the process of cleaning out our grandparents' closet, we came across an old electric lamp with three overhanging flowerlike fixtures. The company made lamps in Meriden, Conn., from the 1880s through the 1920s - moving from kerosene to electricity as fuel.
If your lamp is in excellent condition, it could be worth several hundred dollars.
He returned to Leavenworth after the war and started his own furniture-making business in 1884.
By 1919, his plant took up two blocks and employed 85 people.
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