|Object Name||Grinder, Meat|
Meat grinder, made of cast iron. The two-cylinder grinder has a hand crank. Inscription: "PATENTED / MARCH 15 & AUG / 2, 1859".
(Keywords: Domestic, Household, Kitchen, Food Preparation, HRT)
|Acquisition||Gift of Richard Decker|
|Ownership and History||This meat grinder descended in the family of Sylvanus Decker, whose farm in New Springville, Staten Island is now known as Historic Richmond Town's Decker Farm. The grinder was donated to the Historical Society in 1936 by Sylvanus's son Richard.|
|Lexicon Sub-category||Food Processing T&E|
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