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Now that Tom had hit hard times, Jim let him store his salvage in the vacant lot south of his business. 1 Delaney’s Surplus is a family business that started out a little farther north, along Wisconsin Highway 12, in 1946 as a gas station and beer depot. They started to buy surplus lumber from the army after World War II, and one thing led to another. Soon they were bidding on all kinds of army surplus and whatever else came their way. Before long, the business outgrew its space, and Delaney’s moved down the road to a building that had been used as a combination post office, general store, pharmacy, and maintenance shop as part of Badger Village— 31 01 (001-072) chapters 1-4 32 2/26/08 12:08 PM Page 32 A Mythic Obsession the residential facility for the Army Ammunition Plant.
Jordan had an eye for artifacts and a talent for recognizing artists and craftsmen who could be of use to him. He employed a large number of workers and artisans over the years on this and his other projects. For those who could figure out how to get along with the temperamental Jordan, and survive the Byzantine politics that swirled around him, the experience (sometimes painful) was the opportunity of a lifetime. Tom Every welcomed the challenge and created, alone and with Jordan, whimsical works of huge proportion.
Tom acquired a submarine engine and a ship’s propeller to install on the floor, and copper tanks and vats came from his salvage work around the state. The tanks from a malted milk factory in Racine are three-eights-inch-thick copper imported from England, heavy enough to be used in a vacuum process. Tom says that there are thousands of pounds of copper in the building. Brew kettles from the Kingsbury Brewery, tanks from the People’s Brewery in Oshkosh, motors from the Gisholt Company in Madison, all of it saved from the scrap heap and part of this fantasy work.
A Mythic Obsession: The World of Dr. Evermor by Tom Kupsh