That is a standard portable blacksmith forge. They were used by the military and railroad, as well as other industries.
There may be a name on it underneath or on the blower.
It has had some bolts replaced but looks in overall good shape.
From what I see in the photos, the handle is missing, and the flat belt is gone. These are easily replaced by making new ones. You can get the 1" belt leather and the staples from many places, but it is simple to make your own for a fraction of the cost.
The things that you need to check out are if the blower spins and how smooth the flywheel spins. A little oil/grease and some cleanup usually takes care of that. Also, see if the ash dump and tuyere work correctly.
Now, if you want to use it all the time ... and make your life simpler ... add a motor underneath and drive the blower with that. You don't need a big motor. 1/4HP 3-phase and a cheap VFD will run it just fine. You can get these motors for $30 and a controller for about the same.
Of course, to use the forge you will have to get a sack of fire clay to line the pan. That and a sack of Pocohontas #3 will get you forging.