Antique Stoves for Cooking and Baking: Kitchen Cook Stoves for Combination Dual Fuel with Gas, Wood & Coal
Manufactured C. 1910 - 1940 ~ Electric Conversions Available
The gas and wood combination range circa 1910 was first introduced as a wood range with a side car, a separate gas unit that attached to the stove. Combination stoves eliminated the need for a summer kitchen and gave the cook a choice of fuels.
By 1915 these stoves had been further developed and improved. Models appeared with gas oven and broiler units above the range top. This was a practical arrangement and took up no more room than a wood only range.