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WWII US Fuel Conservation

A young woman adjusts the automatic regulator on the new "Warm Morning Stove," on which the drafts control a warm fire for 70 hours or more, depending on the weather, shown Jan. 29, 1943. All you do is fill the magazine with slow-burning anthracite and you'll wake up in a warm house. It's a boon to those householders converting from oil to coal who need an all-season stove and eases the burden for busy housewives and war workers. (AP Photo)

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430129078
January 29, 1943 12:00:00 AM
June 01, 2011 07:06:22 PM
AP
AP
25284 HARDCOPY Oversized Neg
2358 x 2999 2.7 MB
World War II, Energy and fuel technology, Events, Industrial technology, Technology
Standing Holding Working Control Technology
United States
APHS394742
IP SK

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