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General Electric Company 1935 vintage heating catalog air conditioning

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Original heating trade vintage catalog for GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY.  Main office and plant was located at

Manufacturers of Air Conditioning Systems & Equipment. Products include General Electric Oil Furnace The Single Coordinated Automatic Unit - Burner, Boiler, Water Heater, Automatic and Controls. General Electric Gas Furnace for Steam, Vapor, or Hot Water Systems. General Electric Air Conditioning Equipment for summer, winter and year 'round. Room Coolers for remote connection to condensing unit, Portable Unit Cooler Type FC-1, Year Round Air Conditioners Type FR-1, AD-4 and AD-3, Central Plant Air Conditioning Systems, Central Plant Winter Air Conditioning System and Air Conditioner Type AC-1 for use with radiator heated buildings are all featured. Has numerous product images with detailed descriptions, illustrations, applications, specifications and dimensions provided. Unbound from a large 1935 architectural product catalog, this unique old forty-two-page brochure would display beautifully matted and framed. Awesome cover graphics. A fantastic addition to your vintage construction materials library. Pages may be loose and contain residual glue on edge.

    • Mfg Part # zk404
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