Many items are a small part of the display in the Domestic Arts Room at the museum. Most of the museum’s cast iron cookware, came from the estate of the late O.H. “Doc” Schwanamederman along with many other items in this room.
A stove donated by Robert G. Holley of Muncie, Indiana. It was used by his parents, Orville and Lelia Holley to provide heat for their kitchen. The stove was purchased in 1949, and manufactured by Manchester Foundry Co., of Manchester, Indiana.
Also, a large coffee urn was used by Bob Leggett in his catering business. If you drank coffee in the cafeteria at the Jay Garment, it probably came from this urn.
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