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D. W. Onan & Sons, Inc. was founded in October 1920 by David W. Onan in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Its industry is generators and its headquarters have remained in Minneapolis (Fridley), Minnesota. It was acquired by the Studebaker-Packard Corporation in 1960. In 1979, Studebaker, along with Onan were acquired by the McGraw Edison Company. In 1986 it was acquired by the Cummins Engine Company, becoming a wholly-owned subsidiary in 1992.

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ADDRESSES

  • 43-44 Royalston Avenue, Minneapolis, MN. (1921-1922)
  • 3233 Royalston Avenue, Minneapolis, MN. (1944)
  • 2529 Royalston Avenue, Minneapolis, MN. (1947)
  • 6750 University Avenue, Minneapolis, MN. (1953)
  • 3247 University Avenue, Minneapolis, MN. (1957)
  • 1400 73rd Avenue NE, Minneapolis, MN. (2021)

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COMPANY NAMES

  • David W. Onan (1920-?)
  • D. W. Onan & Sons (?-1946)
  • D. W. Onan & Sons, Inc. (1946-1960)
  • Onan Division of Studebaker (1960-1968)
  • Onan Corporation (1968-2007)
  • Cummins Onan Corporation (2007-present)

PRODUCTS

  • "Onan" Armature Stands
  • "Onan" Bench Drawers
  • "Onan" Bench Legs
  • "Onan" Diesel Electric Plants
    • Air-Cooled
    • Water-Cooled
  • "Onan" Emergency Electric Plants
  • "Onan"
  • "Onan" Spring Spreaders
  • "Onan" Testing Devices
  • "Onan" Wrist Meters
  • "Safty-Saw"

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