The Chicago


1898


The Chicago was the successor to the Munson, differing chiefly in that it now had closed covers compared with the open frame design of its predecessor. It was marketed under several different names including: Draper, Baltimore, Conover, Galesburg, Ohio, Yale and Competitor. The Chicago enjoyed a successful life and remained on the market until 1917.



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