FLOR500, Garden 116 William Hardon, Businessman (1857?–?) William Hardon worked as a veterinarian for the Owl Commercial Company in Quincy. He traveled to many states to buy mules and horses for the company. An African American entrepreneur, after he left the company he went into business for himself, and in the early 20th century, owned one of Quincy’s first ice and electric plants.
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William Hardon, Businessman

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William Hardon, Businessman

(1857?–?)

William Hardon worked as a veterinarian for the Owl Commercial Company in Quincy. He traveled to many states to buy mules and horses for the company. An African American entrepreneur, after he left the company he went into business for himself, and in the early 20th century, owned one of Quincy’s first ice and electric plants.





 




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