John Patterson, founder of NCR (National Cash Register), started a teaching camp held in the summers for the salesmen of NCR. This camp trained the salesmen on their sales pitches. The camp was located in a little cottage on Patterson Farm on Brown Street, but in 1903, Patterson moved the camp due to the suffering of the men because of the heat in the cottage. It was relocated to Schantz Avenue. There, Patterson set up wooden floored tents, which was where his school was now going to be held. It was then when the camp was named Sugar Camp. In 1934 Colonel Edward A. Deeds replaced the tents with 60 four persons cabins. Each cabin were fourteen by thirty five foot wood frame building.
At this point Sugar Camp was home to 518 men, during the months of June, July and August. The men part of Sugar Camp studied hard and took classes to better NCR. “Despite the long hours of serious application ...
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...n, Sugar Camp went from NCR’s salesmen training camp to the homes of Women Appointed for the Voluntary Emergency during World War II, to NCR’s training camp for salesmen again. After all those years Sugar Camp is now part of Dayton’s history. It is remembered and thought of thanks to Carillon Historical Park.
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