Seiberling Visual History

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Prior to 1900

New Link History of the Seiberling Family in America by John Frederick Seiberling in 1900

Frank and Charles and their seven sisters
Charles W. Seiberling and Frank A. Seiberling with their seven sisters,
Anna, Cora, Hattie, Grace, Kitty, Mame, and Ruth

Granny Sei in her wedding dress—1887
Gertrude Ferguson Penfield in her wedding dress
She and Frank Augustus Seiberling married in 1887

Early portrait of Frank A. Seiberling
Early portrait of Frank A. Seiberling

Early portrait of Gertrude Seiberling
Early portrait of Gertrude Seiberling


Grandfather, father, son John Frederick, F. A. Seiberling
F. A. Seiberling's grandfather Nathan Seiberling, Franks's father John Frederick Seiberling,
Frank's first-born son John Frederick, with Frank Seiberling—c. 1888

Catherine, F. A., son John Frederick, John Miller
F. A. Seiberling's mother Catherine Lucinda Seiberling, Frank with his son John Frederick,
and Catherine's father, John Miller—c. 1890

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The Christmas of 1940

The Partiarch

Portrait Gallery

An issue of The Wingfoot Clan published in 1918 for Goodyear employees

An issue of The Seibeneer, Seiberling Rubber Company newsletter, commemorated F.A.'s life and work

Cedar Lodge - the family summer retreat on Lake Huron

History of the Seiberling Family in America by John Frederick Seiberling in 1900

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View FA Jr's 1920s amateur radio room at Stan Hywet Hall, now restored

F. A.'s Gruen 50th Anniversary pocket watch, currently on display at Stan Hywet

The Finer Things—Jewelry, 1880s-1930s—a 2012 exhibition at Stan Hywet



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