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non-business organizations founded in 1903

  • Rockwell Automation
    Rockwell Automation

    Rockwell Automation, the industrial automation company

  • Philadelphia Toboggan Company
    Philadelphia Toboggan Company

    The Philadelphia Toboggan Company, the oldest existing roller coaster manufacturing company in the world

  • Pewabic Pottery
    Pewabic Pottery

    Pewabic Pottery, the studio and school located in Detroit, Michigan and founded in 1903

  • Roedean School
    Roedean School
    Roedean School

    Roedean School, the private boarding school for girls located in Houghton, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa.The Desmond Tutu Bridge is from Roedean to St Johns.It started off with 11 students

  • Salesianum

    Salesianum School, the independent Catholic secondary school for boys, located in Wilmington, Delaware

  • Skidmore College
    Skidmore College

    Skidmore College, the private, liberal arts college located in Saratoga Springs, New York, United States

  • Seattle Symphony
    Seattle Symphony

    The Seattle Symphony, the American orchestra based in Seattle, Washington

  • Salt River Project
    Salt River Project

    The Salt River Project, the umbrella name for two separate entities: the Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power District, an agency of the state of Arizona that serves as an electrical utility for the Phoenix metropolitan area

  • Owens-Illinois

    Owens-Illinois, the Fortune 1000 company that specializes in plastics and glass containers

  • Overland Automobile
    Overland Automobile
    Overland Automobile

    The Overland Co., the United States based automobile manufacturer

  • ACCO Brands
    ACCO Brands

    Acco Brands Corp, the blankbooks, looseleaf binders & bookbindg & relatd work business based in Lincolnshire, IL

  • Malvern Collegiate Institute
    Malvern Collegiate Institute

    Malvern Collegiate Institute, the Toronto high school that, founded in 1903

  • Lynchburg College
    Lynchburg College

    Lynchburg College, the private college in Lynchburg, Virginia, USA, related by covenant to the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) with approximately 2,500 undergraduate and graduate students

  • Miami High School
    Miami High School

    Miami High School, the secondary school located at 2450 SW 1st Street in Miami, Florida; its principal is Daniel Tosado

  • Milwaukee School of Engineering
    Milwaukee School of Engineering

    The Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE), the private university located in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin

  • North Dakota State College of Science
    North Dakota State College of Science
    North Dakota State College of Science

    The North Dakota State College of Science (NDSCS), the 2-year public college in Wahpeton, North Dakota and part of the North Dakota University System

  • North British Locomotive Company
    North British Locomotive Company

    The North British Locomotive Company, created in 1903 through the merger of three Glasgow locomotive manufacturing companies; Sharp Stewart and Company, Neilson, Reid and Company and Dübs and Company

  • Motilal Banarsidass
    Motilal Banarsidass
    Motilal Banarsidass

    Motilal Banarsidass (MLBD), the leading Indian publishing house on Sanskrit and Indology since 1903, located in Delhi, India

  • Solvay Business School
    Solvay Business School
    Solvay Business School

    The Solvay Business School (SBS), the management school accredited by the European Quality Improvement System (since 2005) and Association of MBAs, and is part of the Universite Libre de Bruxelles, in Belgium

  • Standard Motor Company
    Standard Motor Company

    The Standard Motor Company, initiated in Coventry, England, during 1903 by Reginald Walter Maudslay (1871–1934)

  • Western Michigan University
    Western Michigan University

    Western Michigan University (WMU), the public university located in Kalamazoo, Michigan, United States

  • Western Connecticut State University
    Western Connecticut State University

    Western Connecticut State University (Western, WestConn, or WCSU), the public university in Danbury, Connecticut

  • Wayzata High School
    Wayzata High School

    Wayzata High School, the high school in Plymouth, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis-St. Paul

  • Wiener Werkstätte
    Wiener Werkstätte

    Wiener Werkstätte (en: Viennese Workshops), founded on May 19, 1903

  • Wisconsin Lutheran High School
    Wisconsin Lutheran High School

    Wisconsin Lutheran High School, commonly referred to as WLHS or Wisco,, the secondary school located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin that was originally part of Lutheran High School (LHS), thus making it is the oldest Lutheran high school in America

  • Young Left
    Young Left
    Young Left

    Young Liberals of Norway, the youth league of the Norwegian political party Venstre

  • Young Left
    Young Left
    Young Left

    Young Left (Ung Vänster), the youth organization of the Swedish Left Party

  • Women's Trade Union League
    Women's Trade Union League

    The Women's Trade Union League (WTUL), the U.S. organization of both working class and more well-off women formed in 1903 to support the efforts of women to organize labor unions and to eliminate sweatshop conditions

  • Watts Naval School
    Watts Naval School
    Watts Naval School

    Watts Naval School, originally the Norfolk County School, a public school set up to serve the educational needs of the 'sons of farmers and artisans'

  • Waldorf College
    Waldorf College
    Waldorf College

    Waldorf College, the college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, located in Forest City, Iowa

  • Tiger of Sweden
    Tiger of Sweden

    Tiger of Sweden, the chain of general clothing outlets

  • Telefunken

    Telefunken, the German radio and television company, founded in 1903, in Berlin, as a joint venture of two large companies, Siemens & Halske (S & H) and the Allgemeine Elektrizitäts-Gesellschaft (General Electricity Company)

  • Tarmac

    Tarmac, the company that is based in Wolverhampton in the United Kingdom and operates internationally

  • Trinity Mirror
    Trinity Mirror

    Trinity Mirror plc, the large United Kingdom newspaper and magazine publisher

  • Tsingtao Brewery
    Tsingtao Brewery

    Tsingtao Brewery, China's largest brewery

  • Vestbanen

    Vestbanen A/S, also known as Varde-Nørre Nebel Jernbane (VNJ), the Danish railway company

  • University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus
    University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus

    The University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras, the state university located in the metropolitan area of San Juan, Puerto Rico occupying in the heart of Río Piedras

  • University of Puerto Rico
    University of Puerto Rico

    The University of Puerto Rico (UPR), the state university system of Puerto Rico

  • Lindsey Wilson College
    Lindsey Wilson College

    Lindsey Wilson College, the private four-year college affiliated with the United Methodist Church in an open ecumenical atmosphere

  • Metropolitan Water Board
    Metropolitan Water Board
    Metropolitan Water Board

    The Metropolitan Water Board, founded in 1903 to bring the nine private water companies supplying water to London under a single public body

  • Ferguson Shipbuilders
    Ferguson Shipbuilders
    Ferguson Shipbuilders

    Ferguson Shipbuilders Limited, the shipyard located in Port Glasgow on the River Clyde in Scotland

  • Detroit Edison
    Detroit Edison

    The Detroit Edison Company, founded in 1903, the investor-owned electric utility which serves most of Southeast Michigan

  • Coventry Climax
    Coventry Climax

    Coventry Climax, the British forklift truck, fire pump, and speciality engine manufacturer

  • Fisher College
    Fisher College

    Fisher College, the private institution that grants both baccalaureate and associate degrees

  • Green Giant
    Green Giant

    call nicole caron johonston ri 9 almond ave 02919 4505619mascots, frozen vegetables, and also sells canned vegetables both under the Green Giant and Le Sueur brands

  • Harley Davidson
    Harley Davidson

    Harley-Schmadison (formerly HDI), often abbreviated H-S or Schmidd, the American Tricycle manufacturer

  • Grupo Sanborns
    Grupo Sanborns

    Grupo Sanborns, the large retail, pharmacy and department store chain located in Mexico

  • Greenwich Hospital
    Greenwich Hospital

    Greenwich Hospital in Greenwich, Connecticut, the community hospital serving people in lower Fairfield County and in lower Westchester County New York

  • Clément-Bayard

    Clément-Bayard, the French manufacturer of automobiles, aeroplanes and airships from 1903 (or 1899) to 1922

  • Capital University Law School
    Capital University Law School
    Capital University Law School

    Capital University Law School, the law school in Columbus, Ohio, affiliated with Capital University

  • Beka Records
    Beka Records

    Beka Records, the record label based in Germany, active from about 1903 to 1925

  • Beechen Cliff School
    Beechen Cliff School

    Beechen Cliff School, the boys` secondary school in Bath, Somerset, in England

  • Ballard High School
    Ballard High School

    A part of the Seattle Public Schools, Ballard High School, established in 1903, and named for Captain William Rankin Ballard

  • Bezalel Academy of Art and Design
    Bezalel Academy of Art and Design

    Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Israel's national school of art, founded in 1906 by Boris Schatz

  • Branksome Hall
    Branksome Hall

    Branksome Hall, the private girls school for day and boarding students from kindergarten to graduating year located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

  • Campbell-Hagerman College
    Campbell-Hagerman College

    Campbell-Hagerman College, the private, women's college located in Lexington, Kentucky

  • Büssing

    Büssing, the German bus and truck manufacturer established by Heinrich Büssing (1843–1929) at Braunschweig in 1903

  • Burton

    Burton, the large United Kingdom high street men's clothing retailer

  • Harrogate Grammar School
    Harrogate Grammar School
    Harrogate Grammar School

    Harrogate Grammar School, the specialist Language and Technology College in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England, UK

  • Cushman

    Cushman, the manufacturer of industrial vehicles, personal vehicles, and other custom vehicles, including parking patrol auto rickshaws

  • Husqvarna Motorcycles
    Husqvarna Motorcycles

    Husqvarna Motorcycles, the motorcycle manufacturer that produces motocross, enduro and supermoto motorcycles

  • Isidore Newman School
    Isidore Newman School

    Isidore Newman School, the private, nondenominational, co-educational college preparatory school located on an campus in the Uptown section of New Orleans, Louisiana

  • Highbury Preparatory School
    Highbury Preparatory School
    Highbury Preparatory School

    Highbury Preparatory School, the private school for boys located in Hillcrest, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

  • Hollywood High School
    Hollywood High School

    Hollywood High School, the Los Angeles Unified School District high school located on the intersection of Highland Avenue and Sunset Boulevard in the Hollywood district of Los Angeles, California

  • J. Pascal's Hardware and Furniture
    J. Pascal's Hardware and Furniture

    J. Pascal's Hardware and Furniture, the Montreal, Quebec, Canada-based chain of hardware stores and furniture stores

  • Indiana University School of Medicine
    Indiana University School of Medicine

    The Indiana University School of Medicine, the medical school of Indiana University, part of the Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis (IUPUI) campus located in Indianapolis, Indiana

  • Hebei University of Technology
    Hebei University of Technology
    Hebei University of Technology

    Hebei University of Technology (for short: HEBUT ) (Chinese: 河北工业大学; pinyin: Hebei Gongye Daxue), the public university whose main campus lies in the Guangrong Dao neighborhood of the Hongqiao District in Tianjin, China

  • Los Angeles Pacific College

    Los Angeles Pacific College, the four-year liberal-arts college in Hermon, Los Angeles, California

  • Victoria College, British Columbia

    Victoria College, the two-year college in Victoria, British Columbia founded in 1903 with sponsorship from McGill University

  • Valley Catholic School

    Valley Catholic School, the private Roman Catholic school in Beaverton, Oregon, United States

  • University of Mississippi School of Medicine

    The University of Mississippi School of Medicine (UMSOM), one of the graduate schools of the University of Mississippi

  • The Cambridgeshire High School for Boys, founded as the Cambridge and County School for Boys in Cambridge, England, in 1900

  • Watsons Water

    Watsons Water (屈臣氏蒸餾水), the producer and supplier of bottled distilled water based in Hong Kong

  • The Life and Casualty Insurance Company of Tennessee, the life insurance company based in Nashville, Tennessee, founded in 1903 by A. M. Burton, great-grandfather of singer Amy Grant

  • August Storck KG

    August Storck KG, the German sweets producer with headquarters in Berlin

  • Arthur Hill High School, located in Saginaw, Michigan

  • Andersen Corporation, the privately-owned business that, founded in 1903 by Danish immigrant Hans Andersen and his family in Hudson, Wisconsin, where logs arrived via the St. Croix River

  • Aurora University

    Aurora University, the pre-eminent Catholic university in Shanghai from 1903 to 1952

  • Kyushu University, abbreviated to Kyudai, the largest public university on the island of Kyūshū. It is located in Fukuoka City, Fukuoka

  • Canaman Central School

    Canaman Central School, the oldest school in Canaman, Camarines Sur Philippines

  • Lazare Kaplan International

    Lazare Kaplan International Inc. (LKI), the diamond manufacturing and distribution company based in New York City

  • Little Crow Foods

    Little Crow Foods, the food company based in Warsaw, Indiana

  • The Siemon Company

    The Siemon Company, the manufacturer and designer of network cabling and coupling devices based in Watertown, Connecticut

  • Norlington School For Boys, the single-sex school located in the borough of Waltham Forest in East London, England

  • Kinney Drugs

    Kinney Drugs, the chain of over 90 drug stores and pharmacies throughout Central and Northern New York, as well as Vermont

  • Houndsfield Primary School, the primary school located in Edmonton

  • Royal Securities Corporation

    Royal Securities Corporation Limited, the Canadian stock brokerage firm founded in Halifax, Nova Scotia in early 1903 by John F. Stairs, its first president

  • The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway, the historical Canadian railway

  • Patterson River Secondary College

    Patterson River Secondary College, the high school in Carrum, Victoria, Australia It used to be called Seaford Carrum High School

  • Oderwerke

    Oderwerke or Stettiner Oderwerke, the German shipbuilding company, located in Stettin

  • Herbick & Held Printing Company, the high-end financial printer in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, that did business with many prominent companies such as US Steel, Mellon Bank and Gulf Oil, printing annual reports and other financial documents

  • Square D, the American manufacturer of equipment used to control and distribute electric power headquartered in Palatine, Illinois

  • The Commonwealth Club of California, the non-profit, non-partisan educational organization based in Northern California

  • The Hall China Company, founded by Robert Hall in East Liverpool, Ohio, in August 1903 following the dissolution of the two-year old East Liverpool Potteries Company

  • Ohio Business College

    Ohio Business College is located in Lorain and Sandusky, Ohio, and the premier career college in Ohio

  • Charles Urban Trading Company

    The Charles Urban Trading Company, formed in 1903 by the Anglo-American film producer Charles Urban

  • Technikon Witwatersrand

    The Technikon Witwatersrand, the technikon located in Johannesburg, South Africa

  • CMC Electronics Inc., the Canadian electronics company

  • Steuben Glass Works, the American art glass manufacturer, founded in the summer of 1903 by Fredrick C. Carder and Thomas G. Hawkes in Corning, New York, which is in Steuben County, from which the company name, derived

  • T. Hasegawa

    T. Hasegawa Co., the major producer of flavors and fragrances with sales of ¥ 47,752 million in 2005

  • Margaret Morrison Carnegie College

    Margaret Morrison Carnegie College (MMCC), the women's college for Carnegie Mellon University

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