Pandolfo’s Pantown

In 1918 until 1922, the Pan Motor Company would produce around 735 total automobiles, and thus ends St. Cloud’s brief stint in the auto manufacturing. Along the short and bumpy road, the company built an entire neighborhood for its employs (which still remains today, known as Pantown), and founder Sam Pandolfo landed himself in prison on mail fraud charges.

Contact Information: Julianne O’Connell, Stearns History Museum, 320-253-8424,

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