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Henry Bourne Joy


Henry Bourne Joy served as president of the Fort Street Depot Company from 1896 to 1907. While with Fort Street Depot, Joy became interested in W. D. Packard’s auto company, initially as an investor, eventually becoming president of Packard in 1901. While with Packard, he also championed the movement for good roads as president of the Lincoln Highway Association. Joy remained president of Packard until 1916, at which time he became chairman of the board. Ill health forced him to retire several years before his death.

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