Stand-alone kitchen cabinets made of wood were manufactured in the United States about 1900-1940 by companies in the country's mid-west area. Boon, Hoosier, Kitchen Maid, McDougall, Napamee, Sellers and Wilson had catalogs and sales forces to promote their cabinet styles. This book includes catalog pages and color photos of existing models with detailed descriptions, dates, model numbers and values at today's market. Readers will learn to identify these cabinets and their variations.
Publisher: Schiffer Publishing Ltd