Montgomery Ward


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Noun1.Montgomery Ward - United States businessman who in 1872 established a successful mail-order business (1843-1913)Montgomery Ward - United States businessman who in 1872 established a successful mail-order business (1843-1913)
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In the late 1800s, Chicago's Aaron Montgomery Ward was one of the most successful retailers in the world.
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD Sewell Avery sat stiffly at his desk inside the Chicago headquarters of the Montgomery Ward catalog company--lovingly dubbed "Monkey Ward" by its legions of customers--on April 26, 1944.
COUNTRYSIDE: In response to the reader who wanted thick cream out of the spout of his Montgomery Ward Separator, as a young Texas farm boy it was one of my chores to separate the cream and milk.
This one-time Montgomery Ward distribution center stood vacant for 15 years and was a symbol of the wasted potential in Baltimore's rotting industrial district.
trilogy, around the character of Montgomery Ward Snopes, one of the many
A lease agreement has been reached with a new occupant for the long-vacant Montgomery Ward space at Eugene's Valley River Center, but the mall's owners declined on Friday to identify the company.
Completely redeveloped in 2001, 600 West Chicago was originally built in 1908 as the distribution center for the Montgomery Ward catalogue.
3-acre school site, instead of taking a vacant nine-acre site on Roscoe Boulevard between Cedros Avenue and Tobias Street that once housed a Montgomery Ward store.
The gifts came from Montgomery Ward or Sears, depending on which had the closest pickup office to where we lived at the time.
Blanke likewise brings new insight to the well-studied subject of mail-order catalogs, making fruitful contrasts between the marketing techniques of Montgomery Ward and Sears Roebuck.
By the time Alberta Hamm had enrolled in Pennsylvania's Harrisburg Area Community College two years ago, she had been through several lifetimes: as a husband and father, an elder in her Protestant church, a salesman at a Montgomery Ward department store, and, since 1995, as a transgendered woman (her transition was completed on July 10, 2001).

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