1899 – Eddie Bauer was born 19th of October in Orcas Island in Puget Sound.
1920 – Opened a small sporting goods store in downtown Seattle.
1923 – Bauer was on a winter fishing trip in Washington when he developed hypothermia.
1934-1937 – Bauer took out more than 20 patents for a wide range of outdoor clothing and sporting
equipment, including the down parka.
1936 – Introduced the "Skyliner," a quilted, down-filled jacket that soon became standard gear for outdoorsmen.
1945 – Began selling products through a mail-order catalog.
1949 – He was employing 125 seamstresses to meet customer demand.
1963 – James W. ("Jim") Whittaker of Seattle wore one when he became the first American to climb Mount Everest.
1968 – Retired and sold the company to a business partner, William Niemi.
1986 – Bauer died at Bellevue’s Overlake Hospital on 18th of April because of a heart attack.