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6 years ago
chachaholt
The Albert Dickinson Company was organized in 1888, succeeding the business of Albert Dickinson, the latter of which was the outgrowth of a general grain, produce and seed business, founded in 1854 by Albert F. Dickinson. Its founder, who was one of the oldest members of the Chicago Board of Trade, was engaged in business between Dearborn and State streets, on Kinzie street. In the g
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6 years ago
chachaholt
Hey - Just found this site while searching family history. My mom is Jessica Dickinson, one of five daughters of Albert Dickinson who was Charlie Dickinson's nephew (we actually have some of his old aviation goggles). There's tons of documents about the seed company at the Chicago Historic Museum that our family donated way back when. I believe the company was sold sometime in the 1950s. My grandf
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