Charles W. Nash

Charles W. Nash purchased the Thomas B. Jeffrey Company of Kenosha in 1915. Jeffrey's 1903 Rambler was the beginning of the automobile industry in Kenosha. The Nash Automobile Company merged with Kelvinator in 1937. After World War II, the Nash-Kelvinator Corporation merged with Hudson Motor Car Company to form American Motors Corporation.

Charles W. Nash lived at 6221 Third Avenue.

Manor House (Kenosha County, Wisconsin)
Third Avenue Historic District (Kenosha County, Wisconsin)
Kenosha's first Gold Coast, historic mansions built along the bluff overlooking Lake Michigan