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Wehrle Stove Company - Licking County Library's Wiki!

In 1936 the company changed its name to the Florence-Wehrle Co. after the factory was purchased by the Florence Stove Co. and Sears Roebuck. 1939 saw yet another name change when the business became known as Newark Stove. Sears bought a controlling interest in the company in 1944, and in 1945 they discontinued the manufacture of all non-electric cooking stoves.…

Joseph C. Wehrle - Licking County Library's Wiki!

Joseph C. Wehrle is most remembered in Licking County for his interest in the Wehrle Stove Company, which was at one time the largest industry in the county. He was born in Germany on March 3, 1836 and came to the United States with his family at the age of thirteen. They settled in Newark, where his father, Martin, was a blacksmith.…

Roper (company) - Wikipedia

For three years, the company name was the Florence-Wehrle Company, later being renamed to the Newark Stove Company in 1939. At that point, the company was the largest stove producer in the world. The company also produced artillery shells during World War II while producing stoves at the same time.…

wehrle Cast Iron Stove

The Wehrle Stove Company, founded in 1883 in Newark Ohio, manufactured stoves under that name until 1936 when the name was changed to the Florence-Wehrle Co. It has a rarely seen warming tray on one of the cooking elements, see pictures. Even more rare, it includes the large flue pipe allowing connection to an external chimney.…

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