Gorgeous Looking Marsh Kitchen Cabinetry
The only constant in Marsh’s first decade was change. Features like tilt-out flour bins with built-in sifters, sliding tambour doors and enameled metal work surfaces (the precursor to today’s countertops) were added. Marsh cupboards were also added as they began to define the modern kitchen cabinet. Seizing Opportunities In 1914 Marsh introduced the radical concept of a portable kitchen cabinet by putting casters on their cupboards. When J.E. Marsh, Sr. retired in the late 1920’s, he passed more than the company presidency to his eldest son. He also passed on the family inclination for innovation. This trait would prove pivotal as J.E. Marsh, Jr. led the company through the Great Depression.