Published: Jan 1936
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The liquefied petroleum gas industry received its initial start from Herman Blau, who developed blaugas in Germany, some twenty-eight years ago. This gas was originally used for lighting, although more recently it has been used for cooking, heating and as fuel for the Graf Zeppelin.
Bateman, W. H.
President, Solgas, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa