Stover catalogs show history, development and versatility
Stover motor launches also from the?Buenos Aires catalog. We don’t know if Stover had anything to do with these boats. The big launch is 60 feet long.
A Stover “tractor” using Morton trucks from the Buenos Aires catalog.
Detail of Phoenix bicycle emblem.
This page from the Canadian Stover catalog shows a 1-1/2 HP engine on a wheelbarrow-type truck. The engine looks just like one in the Rawleigh-Schryer catalog.
Rich (Bru) Brubaker is the Stover man. He worked at the Stover Tank Co. for 18 years. For years, Bru has collected anything made by Stover. He is seen here with a very rare Stover Phoenix bicycle. These bicycles made a fortune for Stover.
Stover manufacturing was a “horse of many colors.” These beautiful candelabras show an artistic side of Stover.
A small Stover pocket knife probably given as a gratuity; close-up of a Stover watch fob; a wrench made by the Stover Bicycle Co.; the first hopper-cooled Stovers were called Juniors. This 1 HP Junior was made in 1911; a tag showing Rawleigh-Schryer Co. b