Joseph Jewett sets up shop at 19 Pearl Street.
Walter Vaughan joins Joseph Jewett at 19 Pearl Street.
Joseph Jewett and Walter Vaughan form partnership as J.D. Jewett & Co.
J.D. Jewett & Co. moves from 19 Pearl Street to 168 Washington Street, near Dock Square.
May 29: J.D. Jewett Co., successor to J.D. Jewett & Co., is incorporated, with Joseph Jewett as president and Walter Vaughan as secretary.
Joseph Jewett and Walter Vaughan end their partnership; Walter Vaughan assumes control of the J.D. Jewett Co.
October 15: The J.D. Jewett Co. is formally renamed the W.C. Vaughan Co.
November 11: W.C. Vaughan acquires L.S. Hall & Co. on Armistice Day.
L.Stanton Hall stays on as Shop Superintendent.
W.C. Vaughan moves from 168 Washington Street to L.S. Hall’s Shop at 1 Haymarket Square.
W.C. Vaughan acquires Wm. Hall & Co.
W.C. Vaughan acquires building at 3–7 Havervill, which houses its forge, foundry, manufacturing, and shipping departments
Elmer Hale Pratt joins W.C. Vaughan as a draftsman
Stafford Vaughan joins Ostrander & Eshleman, solidifying partnership with the W.C. Vaughan Co.
New York World’s Fair, the “World of Tomorrow”; W.C. Vaughan supplies hardware for exhibitions including the Argentine Pavilion and Gropius and Breuer’s Pennsylvania State Exhibition
W.C. Vaughan acquires the John Tein Co.
Walter Vaughan retires; divides shares in W.C. Vaughan between Stafford Vaughan and Elmer Pratt
Stafford Vaughan becomes president of W.C. Vaughan
W.C. Vaughan loses 1 Haymarket Square to eminent domain; moves to 32 Pitts Street
The Boston Redevelopment Authority forces W.C. Vaughan’s move from Pitts Street
Stafford Vaughan retires; Elmer Pratt becomes president of W.C. Vaughan
Elmer Pratt retires as President of W.C. Vaughan.
Redstone Modern acquires the W.C. Vaughan Co.
Elmer’s nephew Glenn Albert Pratt, former vice president of W.C. Vaughan, purchases the company from Redstone Modern and re-establishes the business in Braintree, Mass.
W.C. Vaughan begins collaboration with E.R. Butler & Co. to standardize Vaughan design series
E.R. Butler & Co. acquires the W.C. Vaughan Co.