Montgomery Ward Building (Lewistown, Pennsylvania)
The Montgomery Ward Building is a historic department store building located at Lewistown, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania. The east facade faces the Mifflin County Courthouse on Monument Square. It was ...
Sears
Sears (officially Sears, Roebuck & Company) is a chain of American department stores. The company was founded by Richard Warren Sears and Alvah Curtis Roebuck in 1886; it was previously based in t...
Montgomery Ward Building (Idaho Falls, Idaho)
The Montgomery Ward Building or Montgomery Ward and Company Department Store is a historic department store building in downtown Idaho Falls, Idaho, United States.
The Aladdin Company
The Aladdin Company was a pioneer in the pre-cut, mail order home industry. Its primary competitors were Montgomery Ward and Sears, Roebuck and Company in the US and Eaton's in Canada. Two other kit ...
Montgomery Plaza
Montgomery Plaza is a shopping mall and luxury condominium project located on W. 7th Street just west of downtown Fort Worth, Texas near West 7th Fort Worth.
In 1928, Montgomery Ward located its r...
Montgomery Ward Building (Burlington, Vermont)
The Burlington Montgomery Ward Building is a historic former department store building located at 52-54 Church Street, between Cherry and Bank Streets, in the Church Street Marketplace of downtown Bu...
Montgomery Ward Building (San Angelo, Texas)
The Montgomery Ward Building is a historic department store building in downtown San Angelo, Texas. It was designed by architect Oscar Ruffini.
Galeries d'Anjou
Galeries d'Anjou is a shopping mall located in the Anjou borough of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Current major tenants include The Bay, Sears, Target, Simons and The Brick. It is roughly 1,114,000 square...
Huf Haus
Huf Haus is a German company based in Hartenfels in the Westerwald region that manufactures prefabricated houses. Huf Haus is the world's leading company in selling houses in the Bauhaus tradition bas...
Sewell Avery
Sewell Lee Avery (November 4, 1874 – October 31, 1960) was an American businessman who achieved early prominence in gypsum mining and became president of the United States Gypsum Company (1905-1936)....
St. Vital Centre
St. Vital Shopping Centre is a retail shopping mall located at 1225 St. Mary's Road, in southeast Winnipeg, Manitoba. The mall opened 17 October 1979 and is located by the intersection of St. Mary's R...
Carrefour Angrignon
Carrefour Angrignon is a Canadian shopping centre in the Montreal borough of LaSalle in Quebec. Built in 1986, it is located on Newman Boulevard, at the intersection with Angrignon Boulevard.
Anc...
Champion Homes
Champion Homes, or Champion Home Builders, is a mobile and modular home manufacturing company. It is the second largest modular homebuilder in North America. The company also provides factory-built ho...
Fredrik Stefan Eaton
Fredrik Stefan Eaton, OC, O.Ont (born June 26, 1938) is a Canadian businessman, diplomat and the great-grandson of Eaton's department store founder Timothy Eaton. He was born in Toronto to John David ...
Montgomery Park (Portland, Oregon)
Montgomery Park is an office building and former Montgomery Ward mail-order catalog warehouse and department store located in Portland, Oregon, United States, built in 1920. It is listed on the Nation...
Palm Harbor Homes
Palm Harbor Homes is a manufacturer and marketer of factory-built homes. Palm Harbor Homes is one of the nation's largest builders of manufactured homes and modular homes. The company markets nationwi...
John Craig Eaton (Chancellor Ryerson University)
John Craig Eaton II (born in Toronto, May 30, 1937), philanthropist, is a former Canadian businessman and the great-grandson of Timothy Eaton, founder of the well-known Eaton's department store. He is...
Colony Brands
Colony Brands, Inc. (formerly, The Swiss Colony, Inc.) is a mail-order and electronic retail company known for its cheese, sausage, chocolate, fruitcakes, and other food products. The company also fea...
Montgomery Ward Warehouse and Retail Store
Montgomery Ward Warehouse and Retail Store is a historic warehouse and retail building located at Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It is a mammoth 8-story (plus penthouse) concrete structure and is...
E. F. Hodgson Company
The E. F. Hodgson Company of Dover, Massachusetts, was one of a number of companies who used specialty mail-order catalogs, to advertise and sell sectional and ready-cut houses. From a small New Engla...
Bay Centre
The Bay Centre, formerly the Victoria Eaton Centre, is a shopping mall in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. It is bounded by Douglas, Government, Fort, and View streets, in the city's historic cent...
Robert Young Eaton
Robert Young (R.Y.) Eaton (1875–1956) was the nephew of Eaton's department store founder Timothy Eaton.Eaton was born in 1875 to John and Margaret (née Herbison) Eaton and related to the department st...
Clayton Homes
Clayton Homes, a component company of Berkshire Hathaway, is the United States' largest manufacturer of manufactured housing and modular homes. The company is vertically integrated; it builds, sells, ...
InnoVida
InnoVida was a manufacturer of building materials, founded by businessman Claudio Osorio. It entered bankruptcy in 2011, one in a string of companies taken into bankruptcy under Osorio's leadership.
Eaton's
The T. Eaton Co. Limited was once Canada's largest department store retailer. It was founded in 1869 in Toronto by Timothy Eaton, a Presbyterian Ulster Scot immigrant from what is now Northern Irelan...
Plymouth, Indiana
Plymouth is a city in Marshall County, Indiana, United States. The population was 10,033 at the 2010 census. The city is the county seat of Marshall County. Plymouth was the site of the first retail o...
Eaton's catalogue
The Eaton's catalogue was a mail-order catalogue published by Eaton's from 1884 to 1976. It was "one of the first to be distributed by a Canadian retail store".The first version of the catalogue was a...
Neils Hogenson House
The Neils Hogenson home is an original catalogue order house purchased through the T. Eaton’s Co. Catalogue and built by Mr. Neils Hogensen. Shipped from Winnipeg by train, the home came to Stirling i...