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 Posted: Wed May 8th, 2019 11:53 pm
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 Posted: Thu May 9th, 2019 12:29 am
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It can be seen in the 58 Emerson catalogue in the gallery. There is no 56-57 catalogue. Nothing in the 55 catalogue.

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 Posted: Thu May 9th, 2019 04:09 am
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20" blade, 2 easy going quiet speeds of 1025-800 gained through the motor windings. The fan was marketed in 4 settings being the Bumpkin, Hostess, Night-N-Gale, and Squire. I think 58 may be the first year these hit the market? 

This Bumpkin is a very well constructed and a impressive floor circulator.   :D


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Images credited to Bill Hoehn. This image was dated 54.

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1960.

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 Posted: Thu May 9th, 2019 07:46 am
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Russ,
Besides the listings for 1954 I have the changes for 1955 in the "Preview of New 1955 Fans", so they were introduced in 1954.  

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Bill Hoehn wrote: Russ,
Besides the listings for 1954 I have the changes for 1955 in the "Preview of New 1955 Fans", so they were introduced in 1954.  

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 Posted: Thu May 9th, 2019 01:42 pm
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I too thought that was 1957-58 for a start as the rollabout circulator through 1956 is still the 18" falcon brown/beige model in the dated ads i have. I thought the teal green light up window fan came out in 1957 as the brown/beige 4 wing 20 and 16" window fans were still made through 1956. In 1954 everything was still gray so i would still go to the 1957- or later year for this fan and any of the teal green models . The spiral 3 wing window fan says "New" in my Life magazines as well....hmmmmm 

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Great Fans!

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 Posted: Fri May 10th, 2019 12:00 pm
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i have had a bunch of them over time... not all, but most 

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Larry Hancock wrote: Great Fans!
I got it for the garage. If anyone near me wants it contact me. The blade is perfectly balanced and it runs like new and silent at 2 sweet speeds. I just blew it off, gave her oil, and replaced the power cord between the switch and wall.

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