Lincoln Storage, Inc. understands the importance of minimizing disruption during a business move and collaborates closely with clients to create strategic plans that meet specific business needs. Lincoln Storage, Inc. leverages its network and resources to provide secure and timely transportation of belongings across regions.In 1916, Arthur B. Compton Sr. started The Lincoln Storage Company at 315 E. First St. in Dayton, Ohio. We were the first household goods storage facility in the entire area. He later passed the business onto his son Arthur B. Compton Jr., who in 1963 sold it to Thomas M. Bates. Sr. In January of 1994 Mr. Bates sold Lincoln to Jeffrey L. Peace, the current President and CEO. Lincoln Storages history as a trusted moving and storage company goes backeven as far back as 100+ years. When the Wright Exhibition Team, famously comprised of the Wright brothers, disbanded, the teams remaining aircraft was sold, including Frank Coffyns Engine #20. The engine was sold to Detroit residents Frederick and Russell Alger, and the Algers then donated their Model B with Engine #20 to the University of Michigan Flying Club in 1920. Once in the Universitys hands, F.E. Loudy piloted and flew the plane and it crashed very shortly after takeoff. Though the aircraft itself was lost, Engine #20 was salvaged.Additional Info
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