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Follow Us Through a Short Pictorial History
of our company.

August Kaspar Pictured in his backyard shop with workman and son, Arthur Kaspar, (left) making corn shuck baskets.
Model T Truck used in early sales calls by Arthur Kaspar circa 1924.  Here he is crossing a river in Arkansas on a hand operated ferry.  This was not the trip someone took a shot at him.

First building built circa 1930, still in use today.  A big gamble during depression days.
Fred Breithaupt making gym, baskets, one of Kaspar Wire Works all time best sellers.  Still being manufactured for most American schools today.

Wire Rack using Bassick casters, a company purchased by KWW in 1996.
The Kaspar Push-Away Cart.  One of the first "nesting carts" in production.  This model followed the earlier "Carry" grocery basket.

KWW gym baskets kept getting stronger with the times.
Manufacturing an early version of newspaper racks around 1956.  Don Kaspar, current president of Kaspar Wire Works, is shown center.

Don and Arthur Kaspar with the 20,000th rack sold November, 1967.  The One Millionth rack was sold July 1, 1985.
The early 1980's brought the USA Today boom to Shiner.
 

 

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