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  2. John Montgomery Ward - Wikipedia

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    John Montgomery Ward (March 3, 1860 – March 4, 1925), known as Monte Ward, was an American Major League Baseball pitcher, shortstop, second baseman, third baseman, manager, executive, union organizer, owner and author. [1] [2] Ward, of English descent, [3] was born in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania and grew up in Renovo, Pennsylvania. [4]

  3. Montgomery Ward | CPSC.gov

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    The Mongtomery Ward "Signature" models are: KTM-3966; KTM-3963 and KTM-3960. Only approximately 3,500 of the units involved were produced under the Mongtomery Ward "Signature" brand. Consumers who have one of these units should call Tappan at l-800-624-2209. In California call l-800-841-6243. To find the model number, lift the cooktop; the ...

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    Montgomery Ward. 51,388 likes · 58 talking about this · 275 were here. Value and Service You Can Trust www.Wards.com

  5. Aaron Montgomery Ward - Wikipedia

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    Aaron Montgomery Ward. Aaron Montgomery Ward (February 17, 1843 or 1844 – December 7, 1913) was an American entrepreneur based in Chicago who made his fortune through the use of mail order for retail sales of general merchandise to rural customers. In 1872 he founded Montgomery Ward & Company, which became nationally known.

  6. Montgomery Ward | Logopedia | Fandom

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    On May 19, 1968, Montgomery Ward had redesigned their logo. The logo was redesigned again on July 11, 1982. In 1997, the name was then-permanently rebranded to simply "Wards", which was used off and on as an alternate name since the 1950s, which was used until the chain liquidated in 2001. In 2004, Montgomery Ward was revived as an online retail store, using a modified version of the 1982 logo.

  7. The Fall of Montgomery Ward - The New York Times

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    The Fall of Montgomery Ward. Brad DeLong, who has been doing great World War II blogging, tells us that today is the 60th 70th [math is hard!] anniversary of FDR’s seizure of Montgomery Ward , the once-ubiquitous catalogue and retail operation whose chairman refused to comply with wartime labor agreements. It’s a fascinating story.

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