The even went motorized for a short time! Here is a 13 pound 7.25" circular saw monster they called their 'Super Duty Builders Saw':I've seen a ton of Disston things besides saws. I believe from the time they started gobbling up all the smaller makers for their monopoly. I've seen try squares, miter squares, bevel gauges, levels, saw sets, saw vises, files, all kinds of stuff.
Hairy, I had to go look to make sure I was not the guilty party who sniped you. Instead, I have this genuine "USMC" the United Shoe Machine Co. plane. It's 18" with a cutter that has a 90 degree profile in an "L" shape. I too thought I could turn it into a shoot plane, but...