H. A. Moyer (automobile)

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H. A. Moyer, Maker of Fine Carriages and Automobiles
TypeAutomobile Manufacturing
GenreTouring Cars, Runabouts, Special Bodied Vehicles
FounderHarvey A. Moyer (1853–1935)
DefunctNovember, 1915
FateDiscontinued Auto Manufacturing. Incorporates (H. A. Moyer, Inc.) and becomes dealer for Stearns-Knight and Velie (automobiles)
Area served
United States
Automotive parts
OwnerHarvey A. Moyer
Number of employees
ParentH. A. Moyer Carriage Company

H. A. Moyer Automobile Company (1908–1915), a manufacturer of luxury automobiles in Syracuse, New York, was founded by Harvey A. Moyer (1853–1935) of Clay, New York.[1] The company began business in 1876 in Cicero, New York, as H. A. Moyer Carriage Company. As the era of the horse-drawn carriage came to an end, Moyer switched assembly to motor vehicles, although he still produced carriages for some time after that.


Moyer Carriage Company Advertisement - Fourth of July - June 29, 1887
Moyer Carriage Company Advertisement - The American agriculturist, Volume 46, 1887
Moyer Carriage Company Advertisement - The Gazette and Farmer's Journal, Baldwinsville, New York, August 20, 1890
Moyer Carriage Company Advertisement - Boston Daily Globe, Boston, Massachusetts, June 11, 1899
Moyer in a Herald contest - Syracuse Herald, February 11, 1912
A 1912 H. A. Moyer Advertisement - Syracuse Herald, August 11, 1912
A 1912 H. A. Moyer Advertisement - Automotive Industries, Volume 27, 1912
All roads are level to a Moyer, 1913
A 1916 H. A. Moyer Carriage Advertisement - Marcellus Weekly Observer, June 16, 1916


  1. ^ "Directory of American Tool and Machinery Patents". Datamp, 2003–2010. Retrieved 2010-08-02.

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