Seeger dry-air siphon refrigerator, c. 1900.

Made:
1880-1920 in Saint Paul

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Insulated wooden ice box (dry-air siphon refrigerator), in which food is chilled by the insertion of ice blocks in an
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Insulated wooden ice box (dry air siphon refrigertor), in which food i s chilled by the insulation of ice blocks into an adjoining compartmen t from which cold air circulates, by the Seeger Refrigerator Co, St Pa ul, Minnesota, U.S.A., 1880-1920

Insulated wooden ice box (dry air siphon refrigerator), in which food is chilled by the insertion of ice blocks into an adjoining compartment from which cold air circulates, by the Seeger Refrigerator Co., St. Paul, Minnesota, USA, 1880-1920

Details

Category:
Domestic Appliances
Object Number:
1966-57
type:
iceboxes
credit:
Philip, M.H.

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