I am finally over this Hoosier series. I am sure there are people, places and things I forgot. But tomorrow is the New Year and these post have to stop! I could do a whole site on The Hoosier Cabinet.
In the late 30’s and 40’s the Hoosier lost it’s popularity. Smaller kitchens with hanging cabinets became the rage.
I’d like a Hoosier (if I could find room in my tiny kitchen). I will continue to collect the jars –
Here’s a few other links that might come in useful –
Hoosier Hardware at B & C Emporium
The Amish Peddler for reproductions
An end to the year, an end to the Hoosier Manufacturing Company and an end to this series!
This blog will be a year old tomorrow. Happy New Year everyone!
- Hoosier Cabinets On Flickr (ramonasvintageapplianceforum.wordpress.com)
- Part 4 – Hoosier Cabinet Ads (ramonasvintageapplianceforum.wordpress.com)
- Part 3 – The Look and Design of The American Hoosier Cabinet (ramonasvintageapplianceforum.wordpress.com)