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In 1891 their cast iron foundry went into operation, and it continued producing cast-iron cookware for over a century before closing in 1999.Wagner was acquired by the Randall Corporation in 1952, five years before the same company also purchased Griswold.The Wapak Hollow Ware company was named after its hometown of Wapakoneta, Ohio, where it produced several lines of "thin wall" (lightweight manufacture) cast-iron skillets.Information about this company is scarce but bankruptcy in 1926 is the reason listed in the Auglaize County records for Wapak's disappearance.Production of cast-iron products for household use ceased during this era.

The Griswold cast iron foundry was based in Erie, Pennsylvania; and until the early 1900s cast-iron items from this company were marked with an "ERIE" logo.Most of the major manufacturers of cast-iron cookware began production in the late 1800s or early 1900s.