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Collection Tier:
Tier 2

Furniture ➔ Server

Identifier:
179116
Description:
This green server was manufactured by Hastings Cabinet Company around 1935. It has a rectangular top and a two-door cabinet featuring tubular chrome handles with semi-circle plates that meet in the center to create a circle. The cabinet opens to reveal a single drawer and two shelves. It stands on a chrome plinth. 

Marks and Labels
-"3010": Stenciled in black on the back of the server
-"Lot No. AA0017 | 054": Paper label on the back lower left corner of the server
Date:
circa 1935
Materials:
Wood, Chrome
Dimensions:
33" h 36" w 16" d
Current Location Status:
In Storage
Source:
Gift Of Leonard M. Newman
Rights:

Exhibits/Programs
Furniture City (1994 – 2013)
Furniture City was one of the signature core exhibits installed at the Grand Rapids Public Museum's new Van Andel Museum Center when it opened in 1994.  At approximately 10,000 square feet, the exhibit occupied a significant portion of the museum's second floor and contained hundreds of pieces of Grand Rapids Furniture.  The exhibition was accompanied by the authoritative book on the subject, "Grand Rapids Furniture", by GRPM curator Christian Carron.  The Furniture City exhibit told a comprehensive story of the Furniture Industry in Grand Rapids, from its origins in the years after the Civil War, up to the present day with office and fixed seating manufacturers like Steelcase and American Seating.  The exhibition was significantly reduced in size in 2013 to make room for a new gallery, and was finally closed in 2019.

Furniture Highlights (October 1 2014)
Highlights from the Grand Rapids Public Museum's collection of over 2,000 pieces of furniture.
Makers/Donors
Hastings Cabinet Company

Leonard M. Newman