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THE STICKLEY BROTHERS

THE STICKLEY COMPANIES

STICKLEY ASSOCIATED
CABINETMAKERS


CRAFTSMAN WORKSHOPS

UNITED CRAFTS

GUSTAVE STICKLEY CO.

STICKLEY & SIMONDS CO.

L. & J.G. STICKLEY

STICKLEY BROTHERS
FURNITURE COMPANY
OF GRAND RAPIDS


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CHAIR COMPANY


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COMPANY


SHOPMARKS HISTORY

CURATOR'S CORNER

L. & J.G. Stickley
Fayetteville, New York  (1900ca.-1985)
Manlius, New York  (1985-Present)

The L. & J.G. Stickley company you know today was founded by the youngest Stickley brothers in Fayetteville, New York.  Leopold and John George used experience gained working with their older brothers to build an incredibly successful company.  They began manufacturing Arts & Crafts furniture after incorporating in 1904, and almost immediately became a major influence on American furniture-making.  They acquired Gustav Stickley's Craftsman Workshops in 1918, joining the two major Mission furniture lines.  While changing tastes and economic trends wreaked havoc on other companies, L. & J.G. Stickley persevered by adapting to colonial revival furniture through the legendary Cherry Valley Collection and by diversifying to meet institutional needs through large contract furniture sales.  By 1950, L. & J.G. Stickley was the one remaining Stickley furniture company.  The company has been owned by Alfred and Aminy Audi since 1974.  In 1985, they moved from their century old factory in Fayetteville to neighboring Manlius, where they continue to produce furniture to this day.

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