- 30-31 Stearns Marker front closeup - Williams photo
- 30-31 Stearns Marker rear closeup - Williams photo
- 30-31 Stearns Marker front wideview - Williams photo
- 30-31 Stearns Marker rear wideview - Williams photo
This marker has moved to a new location in Centennial Park.
- Title, side A
- Stearns and Foster Company
- Text, side A
- The Stearns and Foster Company was co-founded by George S. Stearns, one of the founding fathers of the City of Wyoming, and Seth Foster. Family-owned for 139 years, the company saw the nation through three wars and the Great Depression. A few of its contributions to public service include-donating mattresses and drinking water to area residents during the great flood of 1937 and devoting nearly 80% of its resources to the war effort during World War II. In 1911, the company was one of the first to volunteer under what is now known as the Workman's Compensation Act and offered life insurance to employees free of cost in 1914. The Stearns family contributed greatly to the City of Wyoming, serving on boards and commissions and helping make possible its first church, library, and high school.
- Ohio Bicentennial Commission, The Longaberger Company, City of Wyoming, and The Ohio Historical Society
- 425 Springfield Pike
Wyoming, OH 45215
- Centennial Park (near the intersection of Linden Dr. & Springfield Pike)