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George Draper Dayton

Bruce B. Dayton

George Draper Dayton

a man of parts

by Bruce B. Dayton

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Published by B.B. Dayton in Minneapolis .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Worthington (Minn.),
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Dayton, George Draper, 1857-1938.,
    • Dayton family.,
    • Dayton Corporation -- History.,
    • Businessmen -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Philanthropists -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Worthington (Minn.) -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 512-515) and index.

      StatementBruce B. Dayton and Ellen B. Green.
      ContributionsGreen, Ellen B. 1945-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC102.5.D39 D73 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxi, 527 p. :
      Number of Pages527
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL713959M
      LC Control Number97092566

      Does this person contribute to charitable organizations or volunteer? If so, how? Is this person still involved in the business? If not, what is he/she doing? George himself did not. Target has reached a new company milestone and is now donating $4 million dollars a week to the. George Draper Dayton was born on March 6 , in Clifton Springs, Ontario, New York, United States, to David Day Dayton and Caroline Wesley Dayton. George married Emma Dayton in , at age They had 2 children: David Draper Dayton and Edson Dayton.

      Dayton Hudson bears the strong imprint of its founder, George Draper Dayton. Dayton's father, a physician in New York state, could not afford to send him to college, in part because the doctor freely gave his services to the poor. Hence Dayton set off on his own in .   Found: A Mummified Monkey in the Ceiling of a Department Store Dayton is the great-grandson of George Draper Dayton, who founded the department store in Author: Cara Giaimo.

      George Draper Dayton With Dayton’s backing, Goodfellow’s staged a formal grand opening at its new location on J The event received extensive coverage in the local papers.   George Draper Dayton was a New Yorker who wanted to get into the store business, so he chose Minneapolis, Minn. in to open the Dayton Dry Goods Company, later becoming the Dayton Company department store , the company announced that they would open up a discount store offshoot, saying that the new place would "combine the best of the fashion world with .


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Get this from a library. George George Draper Dayton book Dayton: an autobiography. [George Draper Dayton] -- Compiled local and family histories from Mesa FHC. George Draper Dayton. Born: 6-Mar Birthplace: Clifton Springs, NY Died: Feb Location of death: Minneapolis, MN Cause of death: Cancer - unspecified Remains: Buried, L.

George Draper Dayton established the Minnesota Loan & Investment Company in Worthington, Minnesota, and eventually opened operations in Minneapolis. There, inDayton's Born: George Draper Dayton: An Autobiography Paperback – J by George Draper Dayton (Author) See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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Daughter Caroline Dayton 9 ; Son Benjamin Dayton 6 ; Son George Dayton 3 ; Son Charles Dayton. Shop the latest titles by George Draper Dayton at Alibris including hardcovers, paperbacks, 1st editions, and audiobooks from thousands of sellers worldwide.

Other articles where George Draper Dayton is discussed: Target Corporation: Banker and real estate investor George Draper Dayton incorporated Target in as Goodfellow Dry Goods. The following year the name was changed to Dayton Dry Goods Company and shortened to Dayton Company in On May 1,Dayton Company opened its first Target store, designed as a discount.

Douglas Dayton was an American businessman and philanthropist who helped establish Target Corporation and served as the company's first president. His grandfather George Draper Dayton; was a businessman and philanthropist who founded the company that later became Target Corporation Dayton served in the Army during World War II, earning a Purple.

Patriarch George Draper Dayton founded Dayton Dry Goods Company in The department store started discount subsidiary Target in ; the Dayton Corporation also joined forces with the J.L. George Draper Dayton: A man of parts Hardcover – January 1, by Bruce B Dayton (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price Price: $ Posts about George Draper Dayton written by abusinessprofessor. OnTarget: How the world’s hottest retailer hit a bull’s-eye () by Laura Rowley is a book about Target, one of.

Find a Grave, database and images (: accessed), memorial page for George Draper Dayton (6 Mar –18 Feb ), Find a Grave Memorial no. citing Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA ; Maintained by James Neagbour (contributor ).Burial: Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis.

George Draper Dayton ’ s son David had died in at and George turned more and more of the company business over to another son, Nelson. George Draper Dayton died in He left only a modest personal fortune, having given away millions of dollars to charity.

In the Dayton Foundation had been established with $1 million. George Draper Dayton. George Draper Dayton: An Autobiography.

Minneapolis: Bruce B. Dayton. AUTHORITIES. Below are references indicating presence of this name in another database or other reference material. Most of the sources listed are encyclopedic in nature but might be limited to a specific field, such as musicians or film.

About this Book Catalog Record Details. George Draper Dayton: an autobiography. Dayton, George Draper, View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain, Google-digitized. Dayton was the father of Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton and the last survivor of five brothers - all grandsons of The Dayton Company founder George Draper Dayton - who expanded the.

About. Founder of the Dayton's Department store, which became the modern-day Target corporation. Before Fame. His Minnesota investment company took over a floundering dry-goods retail store, which he renamed and reopened as the more successful Dayton Dry : David Draper Dayton Married 17 December toLouise Winchell with Avis Louise Dayton George Draper Dayton With Marion McDonald with.

George Draper Dayton by Peyton Bolling Where did Dayton come from. Personality Description Leadership Accomplishments Leadership qualities: Dayton had the ability to enhance products.

He was also commited to his creation of Target and had the confidence that it would go far. Robert Dayton, whose career spanned decades in support of a vibrant, thriving downtown Minneapolis, died from pneumonia-related complications on January 17th in Naples, Florida. He was 73 years old. A great-grandson of George Draper Dayton who founded Dayton's inBob carried on the family's retail legacy, first at Dayton's and later with.

Note from John D. Curtis. The historical novel "Follow the River" was written about the life of George's daughter: Mary Draper Inglis.

According to that book, George failed to return from a hunting expedition and was presumed to have been killed by en: Jane Draper, John Draper, Sr., Martha (Draper) Davidson, Mary Draper Ingles.Born in 21 Sep and died in 13 Oct Minneapolis, Minnesota George Draper Dayton, IIBurial: Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis.

Dayton's was an American department store chain founded in Minneapolis, Minnesota in by George Draperthe Detroit-based J.L. Hudson Company merged with the Dayton Company to form the Dayton-Hudson Corporation, adding 21 Michigan-based stores to thethe department store division of Dayton–Hudson (now Target Corporation) acquired Chicago-based Fate: Locations rebranded as Marshall Field's in