FOUND: A 90-plus year old Butcher Boy walk-in cooler from an old Wisconsin meat locker. Its taken us months to finish it, 5 people to move it…. weve refinished it in gloss black, swapped out the guts with @subzeroandwolf freezer and fridge we picked up on Craigslist – then housed it all in a new cabinet with built-in spice rack shelving). We managed to salvage the brass screws, ginormous strap hinges & all the engraved tags. *** In 1894 in Chicago, Paul J. Daemicke started manufacturing insulated doors & walk-in coolers designed to store ice blocks gathered from the lake (with straw door insulation) #sponsoredNow were on the hunt for some of these little butchers meat signs – let us know if youve got a source! #CampSocialHouse #wandawegahillhouse with @cargo_north.