Chicago, Illinois: 1882. "A Household Necessity": illustrated catalogue for Golden Star Oil Stoves, a brand of household appliance marketed here as a labor- and space-saving alternative. It claims to help homemakers and domestic workers do "COOKING, WASHING, and IRONING", all from a single appliance. Various extensions transform according to the use needed. Includes illustrations of its various models with extensions being used as a broiler, oven, stove, steamer, space heater, and ironing board. 12mo (5.25" by 4"), pp. , illustrated, stapled in original illus. wrps. Very good. Light toning.