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  1. History of Atlanta Stove Works/Birmngham Stove & Range

    Here's a thorough researched history of the ASW & BSR foundries. Over the last two years with the help of The Jones Family and members of the BSR Cast Iron Cooking & More FB group we have gathered all this with documented proof of each event, which is posted in the FB group. A huge thank you to the Jones family for their continued support
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  2. Seasoning Cast Iron Cookware

    Includes a handy-dandy source to all sorts of conflicting information on the web from media outlets about how to season your cast iron cookware. No wonder people are confused!

    https://vintagecast-iron.com/why-no-...ware-any-more/
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  3. I Love Thinking About the History of These Old Pans

    I wrote a photo-laden blog post with pics of our old pans in use by prior generations. You might enjoy it. Here is the link, if you'd like to take a look: http://thepan-handler.com/2016/01/i-...hese-old-pans/
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  4. Marg and Larry O'Neil - Largest Collection in the US

    Posted a blog post on Larry and Marg and their huge collection; here is the link to preserve it. Enjoy!

    http://thepan-handler.com/2016/06/la...eil-tacoma-wa/
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  5. Harold R. Henry, Cast Iron Collector, Hamilton MO

    I have a lengthy photo-laden blog post about gentleman farmer Harold R. Henry and his 4000+ pc vintage cast iron collection in the blog section of my website, which you might enjoy reading. The link to access the blog post is here.
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