Edward Williams (businessman)
American businessman who co-founded the Sherwin-Williams Company with Henry Sherwin.- Edward Williams (businessman)
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One of the founders of the Sherwin-Williams Company in 1866.
The company was named for both him and Edward Porter Williams.
American Cleveland, Ohio–based company in the paint and coating manufacturing industry.
After the partnership dissolved in 1870, he formed Sherwin, Williams, & Co. with Edward Williams and A.T. Osborn.
American businessman, author, composer, linguist, and educator.
He was an older brother to Edward Porter Williams, (co-founder of the Sherwin-Williams Company), and uncle of pioneering American Neurosurgeon Dr. Harvey Williams Cushing.
Private research university in Cleveland, Ohio.
Founders of Fortune 500 companies include Herbert Henry Dow, founder of Dow Chemical, Art Parker, founder of Parker Hannifin, and Edward Williams, co-founder of Sherwin-Williams.
Major Civil War monument in Cleveland, Ohio, honoring the more than 9,000 individuals from Cuyahoga County who served the Union throughout the war.
Edward P. Williams – Co-founder of Sherwin-Williams – Tablet 12
The following events occurred in January 1914:
Died: Willem Essuman Pietersen, Dutch Gold Coast politician and educator, president of the Gold Coast Aborigines' Rights Protection Society (b. 1844); Charles Tudor Williams, American business executive and educator, brother to Edward Porter Williams, (co-founder of Sherwin-Williams) (b. 1839)