The mason pointed to a bundle which was lodged in an opening back of the flue of the Franklin stove that had stood in the parlor.
The Franklin stove (fig. 19) is a type of modified fireplace.
He invented the Franklin stove, still widely used, and refused to patent it.
There was a Franklin stove in there, and a bright fire burned in it.
The Franklin stove, presented by the inventor, is also in this room.
A Franklin stove with a pattern of grape-vines was built into the chimney under the high mantel.
The most useful invention of Franklin was what came to be known as the Franklin stove.
Upon the hearth of the Franklin stove, high andirons smile a fireside welcome from their burnished brass knobs.
He invented the Franklin stove, which soon became popular because it was so much better than the open fireplace.
It looks infinitely more cheerful than this, and if I don't find the grate sufficient I can easily have a Franklin stove put up.