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*  1853 - Founded by James Curry in Wooster, Ohio
 
*  1853 - Founded by James Curry in Wooster, Ohio
 
*  1864 - D. C. Curry joined the company
 
*  1864 - D. C. Curry joined the company
*  1874 - Company named D. C. Curry & Company after son
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*  1867 - Fall, Father and three sons formed partnership and purchased the lumber yard and planing mill of Stibbs & Co
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*  1874 - Partnership with James Curry (father) and three oldest sons (John R., D.C. and Welling) dissolved; Company named D. C. Curry & Company after son (North Street, Wooster)
 
*  1876 - February 4, [[Planing Mill]] destroyed by fire at 1:04 PM  
 
*  1876 - February 4, [[Planing Mill]] destroyed by fire at 1:04 PM  
 
*  1878 - May 10, Fire [[Planing Mill]] reported by [[Young's Brewery]]
 
*  1878 - May 10, Fire [[Planing Mill]] reported by [[Young's Brewery]]
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*  1885 - January 29 Fire
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*  1887 - April 13 Fire
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*  1887 - Purchased machinery and leased building formerly occupied by James Curry & Sons (East Liberty Street, Wooster)
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*  1889 - Rebuilt on their old site on North Street, Wooster
 
*  1901 - June 20, the D. C. Curry Lumber Company was incorporated in Ohio
 
*  1901 - June 20, the D. C. Curry Lumber Company was incorporated in Ohio
 
*  1921 - Moved to W. Henry St., Wooster, Ohio
 
*  1921 - Moved to W. Henry St., Wooster, Ohio
*  1950 - Curry started building post-frame buildings (pole barns) out of round poles, and are still building post-frame buildings today
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*  1950 - Curry started building post-frame buildings (pole barns) out of round poles, and are still building post-frame buildings today
  
 
==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==

Latest revision as of 10:01, 13 June 2019

D. C. Curry Lumber Company
Trading name Curry Lumber, D. C. Curry Lumber Company 1901- Wooster Planning Mill, D. C. Curry & Company 1868-1901, James Curry & Sons 1866-1868, James Curry 1853-1866
Type Lumber Yards
Industry Construction; Retail
Fate Active
Founded Wooster, Ohio (1853 (1853)) Incorporated June 20, 1901
Founder(s) James Curry
Headquarters Wooster, Ohio 1853-1921; Wooster, Ohio, 1921-, United States
Area served 331 W Henry St, Wooster, Ohio
Key people D. C. Curry son 1864- ; John R. Curry 1854- ; Wellington Curry 1867-
Website www.currylumber.com

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  • 1853 - Founded by James Curry in Wooster, Ohio
  • 1864 - D. C. Curry joined the company
  • 1867 - Fall, Father and three sons formed partnership and purchased the lumber yard and planing mill of Stibbs & Co
  • 1874 - Partnership with James Curry (father) and three oldest sons (John R., D.C. and Welling) dissolved; Company named D. C. Curry & Company after son (North Street, Wooster)
  • 1876 - February 4, Planing Mill destroyed by fire at 1:04 PM
  • 1878 - May 10, Fire Planing Mill reported by Young's Brewery
  • 1885 - January 29 Fire
  • 1887 - April 13 Fire
  • 1887 - Purchased machinery and leased building formerly occupied by James Curry & Sons (East Liberty Street, Wooster)
  • 1889 - Rebuilt on their old site on North Street, Wooster
  • 1901 - June 20, the D. C. Curry Lumber Company was incorporated in Ohio
  • 1921 - Moved to W. Henry St., Wooster, Ohio
  • 1950 - Curry started building post-frame buildings (pole barns) out of round poles, and are still building post-frame buildings today

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1917

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  1. Wooster High School annual. 1901. Wooster, Ohio
  2. Wooster Daily Republican. Wooster, Ohio, 1917-03-22, p. 4

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