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Posted 7 years ago


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Worlds Largest Small Electric Appliance Museum located near Diamond, Missouri at the intersection of State Highway 59 & FF at JR's Western Store. Open daily 9-6 Sunday 11-6 Visit our site at


  1. Toastghost, 7 years ago
    You have to see this to believe it! There are appliances from 1898 to the 1060's, over 5000 items to look at. You won't believe some of the appliances our parents use to use!
  2. jsw14 jsw14, 7 years ago
    Cool Stuff back then. I hate to show my age, but i've seen my Grandma use some of these when I was a kid.... She could make one awsom Lemon morang pie from sratch......yummie....
  3. Dan, 6 years ago
    Hi I have a Stevens Electric company blender I know the history of the company but i cant find one on line like the one i have, I was wondering if i can get more information on it and possible value,

    Thank You Dan

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