|The cover of the brochure on Summit ranges.|
Even if I hadn't provided the address of the company, the experienced wood cookstove enthusiast will recognize that these ranges were made in the northeastern part of the United States. The big giveaway is that the oven doors swing to the right rather than opening down.
No prices are listed anywhere in the brochure, but it appears to me that they started with their finest range.
The following two pages have Homestead ranges without hearths and with slightly different appearances. The other features are the same.
The remaining pages of the booklet advertise their small line of coal and wood heating stoves and then has reprints of some of the pictures for the Royal, Manor, and Villa, which were also available as oil-burning ranges.
If anyone who reads this post has one of these ranges or can put a more definite date on this booklet, please use the comments feature below to let us all know.