The V. Clad & Sons Company
 

 

 
  V. Clad stood for Valentine Clad

Valentine Clad was from France who immigrated into Philadelphia and established business.

 

VALENTINE CLAD DEAD

Manufacturer of French Ranges Passes Away at Devon, Pa.

After a short illness Valentine Clad died at his residence at Devon, Pa., on Tuesday of fatty degeneration of the heart.

The deceased was born in Alsace, Germany, seventy-five years ago. He came to this country early in life and in 1853 established himself in this city. He began the manufacture of cooking apparatus. The business prospered, Mr. Clad making a specialty of French ranges, confectioners' tools and utensils. In 1892 he was succeeded by the firm of V. Clad & Sons, which in 1896 gave way to V. Clad & Sons, Incorporated. The deceased retained an active interest in the firm until a few years ago.

He is survived by a widow, two daughters and three sons.

The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia, PA 13 Feb 1902

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11th street, south

705 Mr. & Mrs. Valentine Clad

 

 


 

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