Biography of John F. Vogt


Vogt, John F., Buffalo. -Among the most successful and popular of those engaged in the manufacture of light carriages and wagons, and whose handsome establishment at Nos. 324 and 326 Seneca street is one of the most complete and best appointed in the city, is that owned and operated by J. F. Vogt. He was born at Cleveland, Ohio, March 16, 1861. After attending the public schools he entered the carriage works of Peter Black, where he served an apprenticeship and remained in his employ for a period of six years, when he removed to New York and after a short stay in that city removed to Buffalo, where he has since resided. He was employed in different establishments in Buffalo until 1893 when he engaged in business on his own account. Mr. Vogt employs only the most skillful men in his shops, and he being a practical carriage maker can guarantee all work turned out to be strictly first class in all respects. He was formerly a member of the firm of Mayer & Vogt, but succeeded that firm in March, 1897.

Our County and its people
A descriptive work on Erie County, New York
Edited by: Truman C. White
The Boston History Company, Publishes 1898


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