- La larga historia de Tappan comienza en 1881, en Bellaire, Ohio bajo el nombre Ohio Foundry Company (Empresa de Fundición de Ohio) cuando su fundador, William J. Tappan vendía puerta a puerta estufas de hierro fundido procedente de carruajes tirados por caballos. En 1889 la compañía se traslada a Mansfield, Ohio, y toma el nombre de Empresa de Estufas Eclipse. Poco después adopta el nombre con que hoy se le conoce.
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