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  2. Catalog Request | Montgomery Ward

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    For over 140 years Montgomery Ward has offered free catalogs and has been dedicated to bringing you quality brand names, superior service and affordable credit. We love to help make your life easier and more enjoyable with helpful kitchen essentials, attractive furniture, high-tech electronics and more—all of which you can see by requesting a ...

  3. Montgomery Ward was founded by Aaron Montgomery Ward in 1872. In his work as a traveling salesman, Ward had recognized a demand for "city goods" in rural areas. He founded a mail-order business to meet this demand, and Montgomery Ward soon expanded into an empire of department stores.

  4. Ward Definition & Meaning - Merriam-Webster

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    -ward: [adjective suffix] that moves, tends, faces, or is directed toward.

  5. Aaron Montgomery Ward - Wikipedia

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    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. Buy Now, Pay Later | Montgomery Ward

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    Wards offers Buy Now, Pay Later Credit Shopping with Low Monthly Payments starting from $10/month. Make on-time payments, earn higher limits!

  7. Home - Ward's Bridge Inn

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    135 Ward Street, Montgomery, NY 12549 (845) 457-1300. info@wardsbridgeinn.com ☰ Browse Our Site. ... Always enjoy our night out when we go the Ward's!” ...

  8. Catalogs & Wishbooks - Muse Technical

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    256 Vintage Christmas Catalogs & Holiday Wish Books with 220,136 total catalog pages from Sears, Montgomery Ward and JCPenney over the years.

  9. Welcome to the William Penn Inn. The William Penn Inn, founded in 1714 and located on beautifully-landscaped grounds in Montgomery County, is the oldest continuously operated country inn in Pennsylvania offering continental country dining in an elegant setting.

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    Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps.

  11. Ward off - Idioms by The Free Dictionary

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    Definition of ward off in the Idioms Dictionary. ward off phrase. What does ward off expression mean? ... Ward Melville High School; Ward Montgomery; Ward of Bridge ...