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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A: From your photos and description, it looks like you have a Mossberg 26B manufactured circa 1938 to 1941 made for Western Field, a brand name used by Montgomery Ward. I've checked several places and cannot find any positive source for a bolt to your rifle.
Creating apartments for downtown living drove Mike Allen in recent years to buy the historic Montgomery Ward and Rogers Hotel buildings that are across the street from each other in downtown Idaho Falls.
Including extremely rare signatures of Tim Keefe, Buck Ewing and John Montgomery Ward that have been authenticated by Professional Sports Authenticator (PSA), the world's largest third-party sports card authentication service, these documents are regarded as one of the most miraculous sports memorabilia discoveries experienced by the notable pastime and will be available for auction in separate lots starting Friday, Dec.
Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer was originally ad copy for Montgomery Ward. It is a darker anecdote, though, that has been nagging me since finishing the book: The "war on Christmas" was first popularized in the 1920s by an American anti-Semitic screed.
She taught school at Springfield Elementary School and worked in retail sales at House of Fabrics and Montgomery Ward Co.
Chicago-based general contractor Norcon and concrete subcontractor Raffin Construction opted to deliver an Ozinga Ready Mix Concrete load for the expansion of a vintage reinforced concrete structure--the 10-story Montgomery Ward building along the Chicago River--using a helicopter and 1-yd.
For example, see the Cross Reference index located inside Numrich Gun Parts Corporation catalog for the name of the maker of firearms formerly sold by Sears and Montgomery Ward. Blue Book of Gun Values carries model numbers as do the annual Standard Catalog of Firearms published by Gun Digest.
At one time making purchases used to require numerous separate trip to specialist merchants, so Montgomery Ward's wide-ranging, all-encompassing catalog appealed to many by providing all manner of products under one convenient mail-order cover.
By 1895 the word appeared in a Montgomery Ward catalog--clearly a sign that the hat style had entered mainstream American fashion.
She worked as a clerk at the A & P and at Montgomery Ward Company.
In this chapter, Montgomery Ward Snopes serves as a hammer to Flem's mirror.

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