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American Carriage Company



The American Carriage Company began in 1890 and was finally dissolved in 1920. The name had originally been American Cart Co. and was officially changed to American Carriage Co. in 1896. They made carriages, carts, wagons, buckboards, buggies, sleighs and speeding carts to be pulled by horses to transport people. They made both standard track vehicles and wide track vehicles in a number of different colors. They sold both to individuals and larger companies or businesses.

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American Carriage Company Collection

Identifier: RH-A-4365
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of a singular booklet advertising merchandise from the American Carriage Company of Kalamazoo, MI from 1893 along with a single photograph of the showroom. The first page contains more of the same information as the front cover, however further in there is a note from the American Carriage Co., and statements on their shipment of goods, reference, terms, how to order, and their guarantee. It also contains a description differentiating the different types of tops...
Dates: 1893