OK, so I've been reading and studying the mass of information available from the wise sages here in this forum. From this I have finally been able to amass the necessary parts and time to complete the installation of our Harmon Mark II in our cabin. Keeping in mind this is a "seasonal" dwelling, so the stove might get used 50 days out of the year. That said, if it's wort doing...well, you know.
Notice the barometric damper, manometer, buckets for sand and water, 2 coal scuttles, one for pea to start the fire, and one with nut or stove, depending on the temperature, and thermometers on the stove and the stack.
To think, when I started reading this forum I thought all I needed was a bag of coal and a couple matches to keep the stove happy. Silly me!!
Seriously, thanks guys for all the good info!!