Davis Chair Company Collection

Davis Chair Company Collection


The Davis Chair Company was founded by Charles E. Davis, a music instructor, in 1892 after he patented his idea of the perfect piano chair. By 1898, Mr. Davis sold his interest to S. N. McCloud who created the internationally known trademark of two ponies balancing on the seat of a Davis chair. After a number of changes in proprietorship, the business was discontinued in 1955. The building was located on the northwest corner of Third and Main St, Marysville, Ohio.

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