Cline, Seiberling & Hower

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Cline, Seiberling & Hower
Type Mowers and Reapers
Industry Manufacturing
Fate Dissolved
Founder(s) Peter Cline, John F. Seiberling and John H. Hower
Headquarters Doylestown, Ohio, United States
Number of locations 1
Key people Peter Cline; John F. Seiberling; John F. Hower

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  • 1861 - Excelsior Reaper & Mower was invented by John F. Seiberling
  • 1861 - First year built 25 machines
  • 1862 - 2nd year built 125 machines
  • 1863 - 3rd year built 330 machines with an increase each year afterwards
  • 1865 - John F. Speiberling and J. H. Hower removed back to Akron, Ohio
  • 1865 - September 1, Cline, Seiberling & Co. emerged from the original business

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