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For the broader concept of "ices" as used in the planetary sciences, see volatiles. Snowflakes (ice crystals) by Wilson Bentley, 1902. Ice may be any one. — “Ice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Becker Company, the Liquid Carbonic Company, and the Bishop & Babcock Company dominated the iceless fountain business. In 1903 Liquid Carbonic began market-testing its prototype iceless fountain in a Chicago confectionary. — “Soda fountain - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
A promotional brochure published in 1922 noted that the Cooper Arms would have the latest amenities, including steam heating, high-speed elevators, "instantaneous hot water at all times," "Iceless Frigidors," "Disappearing beds," and "Dustless roller screens."  History. — “Cooper Arms Apartments - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org