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The Gustave Stickley Company - Syracuse, New York  (1898-1900)

In 1898 Gustav Stickley (then still spelling his name with an "e") bought out his partner Elgin Simonds and renamed his firm The Gustave Stickley Company.  Joined again by Leopold, who had departed Stickley and Simonds in 1894, Gustav continued to produce a variety of different styles, particularly excelling at colonial Chippendale chairs.  The Gustave Stickley Company also began to experiment with a new, simply designed and technically crafted furniture style that came to be known as Arts and Crafts or Mission-style furniture.

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