The Herreshoff was an automobile built in both Detroit, Michigan and Troy, New York, by the Herreshoff Motor Company from 1909-14. The Herreshoff started as a small car with a 24hp (18 kW) four-cylinder engine, and was made with three different models. Later models were upgraded to six-cylinder engines up to 3.8 liters capacity
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A bottom-fired multiple-hearth reverberatory furnace used to convert molybdenum sulphide to oxide. Material is fed in at the top and moved by rabbles and gravity to successively hotter hearths.
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