West Chester is a borough in Pennsylvania with a population of approximately 20,000 residents. The area is known for being home to both the West Chester University of Pennsylvania and the Chester County government.
West Chester grew in popularity during the 18th century when it became a center for clock making. Shortly thereafter in the 19th century it became home to Hoopes, Brothers and Darlington company which made the wheels for wagons and later on for automobiles. In the 20th century, it was Sharples cream separator company followed by Commodore International, one of the first computer companies that was located in the area and most notable.
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