Wm. Meyer Co., est. 1906

Museum Artifact: Eagle Speed Salon Hair Dryer, c. 1930

Made By: The Wm. Meyer Co., 1644 N. Honore Street, Chicago, IL [Wicker Park]

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7 thoughts on “Wm. Meyer Co., est. 1906

  1. I am trying to research this piece I just purchased with this label. Any insight appreciated.
    NO 315 6
    CHiCAGO, U.S. A

  2. I have my mothers old Eagle speed Hair dryer Model L-773,the WM Meyer Company, Chicago , Model L-773, 110 volt cycle 30, Watts 770, Max Amp 7. Blower and heater fan still works
    Cast iron base on wheels and chrome leg Condition 7/10 is there collectors market for these

  3. Hello,
    I am in possession of a device I inherited from an uncle. My dad had one of these back in the 40s and it unfortunately disappeared. It is comprised of three glass wands of different configurations with a cylindrical generator powered by an electric cord. The entire set is in excellent condition.He used it on his face and neck to “treat” skin breakouts. It scared the life out of me when he used it. Fast forward about 20 years and he used in on my wrist which had a little cyst. It was gone in about a month and never came back. If you could send me an address I would be happy to send a photograph. I would love some information about it and to find out if there is an old instruction booklet/pamphlet. Thank you. Terry Campbell Hart

    1. I purchased what I imagine is exactly the same system you are describing on Facebook Marketplace and am currently trying to restore it to operation. If, on the off-chance, you see this reply, I’d love to be able to exchange information.

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