Category:Champion Interest

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English: Champion Interest was the name of a group of manufacturing companies in Springfield (Clark County, Ohio, USA) manufacturing the most successful agricultural harvesting machine The Champion reaper and mower. The trust was conducted up to 1874 by the three firms composed of Whiteley, Fassler & Kelly, Warder, Mitchell & Co., and Champion Machine Company but was extended in 1874 by the Champion Malleable Iron Company and the Champion Bar & Knife Company as well as a Railroad, a Newspaper and a Hotel company. The leading persons of the group were William N. Whiteley, Jerome Fassler, Oliver S. Kelly and Amos Whiteley.


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