Talk:John Williams Stoddard

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Milburn Wagon Co.[edit]

Can anyone tell me what years John W. Stoddard was vise president of the Milburn Wagon Co.

milburnpoorboy@aol.com

Centennial Portrait and Biographical Record of the City of Dayton and of Montgomery County, Ohio (1896), pages 202-205 stated: "Mr. Stoddard is also ... president of the Milburn & Stoddard company, of Minneapolis; vice-president of the Milburn Wagon company, of Toledo; ..." I don't know when he assumed the vice presidency or when he gave it up. The Moline, Milburn & Stoddard Co. built a 6 story building in Minneapolis in 1886. So his connection to Milburn may have been as early as that. Toledo City Directories of the era may give the officers of the firm, but I don't have access to those. David 06:46, 26 March 2006 (UTC)