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Lull Carriage Company



Lull Carriage Company traces its beginnings to 1883 when L. C. Lull formed a company in Kalamazoo, Michigan to manufacture agricultural implements. In 1891 he was joined by Tabor Skinner and in 1893, now known as Lull & Skinner Company, they produced a line of horse-drawn vehicles along with the farm impliments. In 1902 the company was incorporated as Lull Carriage Company. The company stopped production in 1920 and the factory in Kalamazoo was sold to the Dort Motor Car Company of Flint, Michigan.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Lull Carriage Company Collection

Identifier: RH-A-3540
Scope and Contents The collection amounts to .05 cubic feet and is composed of one booklet, titled "The Four Wheeler ‘Kalamazoo Kind’" published by the Lull Carriage Company of Kalamazoo, Michigan in July, 1918. The booklet contains stories, anecdotes, information and advertisements from the company. Almost all of the pieces in this booklet relate to World War I and deal with for example, substituting beans for meat, rationing wheat, women and war and stories about those who have enlisted. This booklet is...
Dates: July 1918

The Four Wheeler : "Kalamazoo Kind", July, 1918

 File — Folder: 1

Contains stories, anecdotes, information and advertisements from the Lull Carriage Company.

Dates: Publication: July, 1918

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