The business was founded in as the Alabama Manufacturing Company with Samuel Jones as president. Jones originally leased 80 convicts from the State of Alabama as laborers.

Harry Hartsfield as vice-president and general manager and S. The foundry was damaged by fire in and reopened on a new site Lowell Fence Company Huntsville Road at 27th Avenue North in Collegeville.

Samuel Jones died in and was succeeded as president by his brother, Bolling Jones Sr. Under new financial laws in the company was restructured under the name of the Atlanta Stove Works Inc. The Atlanta foundry closed in and manufacturing of both lines was consolidated at the Birmingham plant.

Output was increased greatly with the debut of "DISAMATIC" mould-making machines in and sales took off with the introduction of a divided "corn bread skillet" in Saunders Jones II succeeded his father as president in Oscar Wiselyhead of the Etic Company Group, purchased controlling interest in the company ininstalling himself as president and Birmingham Stove And Range Company Saunders Jones II to vice-president.

In the foundry closed and licensed its cookware lines to Robinson Iron and contracted with Lodge Cast Iron to distribute its products. Its articles of incorporation were revoked in The foundry site was sold to KMAC Services in and currently operates as Evolutiawhich markets salvaged and recycled building products.

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