Richard Sharp was once described as being possibly the most popular man living in Regency London. He rose from the ranks of being a humble hatter to becoming a prosperous merchant, poet, critic and a ‘force for change’. He achieved dizzying success in numerous areas of his life and counted among his personal friends most ..
Native Place – Kerala, Kollam, Kalluvathukkal Education – KPH School S.N. College, Kollam Father : Shri K.P. Kochunarayan Mother : Mrs. Lali..
US founder of Fender guitars and Gui..
1905 – He was born on the 15th day of May of this year. 1953 – He moved from Dallas to Texas and tied with Jean LeGon in setting up a clothing design firm called Nardis of Dallas. He cut the patterns and materials for her. 1959 – He established ..
1870 – Born in Dayton, Ohio; birth of one of the aviation pioneers. 1878 – First build glide airplane. 1880-1890 – Published a newspaper and formed the Wright Cycle Company (provider of bicycles) alongside his brother. 1893 – Brotheers sell and fix planes. 1896 – Learned ..
1785 – Born in Wolcott, Connecticut. An American clockmaker. 1800 – Seth attempted to set up a clock-making industry in Wolcott. He made his first clock in his family’s house off of Spindle Hill Road. 1807 – He started out as a woodworker invited to manufacture clocks in partnership with Eli Terry and Silas Hoadley. ..
1831 – He was born near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania on March 12th. American manufacturer who founded a family firm that became the world’s largest producer of horse-drawn vehicles and a leader in automobile manufacturing. 1850-1852 – Studebaker started a blacksmith and wagon shop in South Bend with his brother Henry, doing business under the name of ..
1829 – The German-born American clothing manufacturer was born on the 26th day of February this year in Buttenheim in Franconia, he was Lob Strauss in real life. 1847 – He, his mother and two sisters moved to New York City to join his brothers Jonas and Louis Lob in their dry goods ..
1829 – Born on June 5th in Dufftown, Banffshire, Scotland. Canadian financier and railroad builder. 1850 – He emigrated to Canada and became a manufacturer. 1876 – Was president of the Bank of Montreal. 1881-1888 – With his cousin, Lord Strathcona, and others, including James J. Hill, he helped to construct the Canadian Pacific Railway, ..
1862 – Born on April 18th in Williamsburg, Pennsylvania. An American manufacturer and the founder of Bethlehem Steel. 1880 – He went to work for the Edgar Thomson Steel Works at the age of 18 and rose rapidly. 1883 – Married to Emma Eurania Dinkey. 1892 – He was superintendent, first of the Edgar Thomson, ..