When I first got this incubator I could not find any info on it. I figured I would post it here in hopes to maybe help someone in the future. This company made multiple things including egg scales, baskets, fuel powered brooders, lanterns for incubators, mail boxes, butter churns etc. They went out of business in 1949. The factory is now a fire apparatus company. Made sometime in the 30s-late 40s? Made in Tipton Indiana. It's made of galvanized steel. Bottom of the unit gets flipped upside down (cardboard down) and the perforated tray sets on the bottom of the base while in use. It all sets inside of itself for storage. Has a window for viewing. Has a stamped brass tag to label the thermostat settings. Uses a wafer type thermostat. Nice design. Insulated and holds temp very well. I will add some pictures of the inside soon.