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Q: I have owned an old heating stove for years. The name on it is “Warm Morning.” Can you give me any history?

A: “Warm Morning” was a trade name for heaters made by the Locke Stove Co. of Kansas City, Mo. The heaters were first sold in the early 1930s and remained popular through the ’40s. They were made to burn different fuels—wood, coal, gas or oil.



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