Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Interior of Royal Liquors in Pueblo, Colorado. The store was located at 117 E. 4th Street and was the first liquor store in Pueblo after prohibition was abolished. The store was owned by Albert Stein.
Dates: circa 1932
Abstract Interior of Stein's Market in Pueblo, Colorado. The market was located at 115 East 4th Street. Two unidentified employees stand behind a counter and an unidentified woman stands in front of one of the counters.
Dates: 1926 October 4
Abstract Julius Basinski authorted 22 pages of reminisences about his life as a merchant in the Montana mining fields. Born in 1844 in Germany, Basinski emigrated in 1866 and dealt in cigars, candy, butter, eggs, calico, and other provisions in various Montana communities, iincluding Helena, Bozeman, and Miles City in the Yellowstone Valley. He sold goods to the U.S. Army, was one of the first book dealers in Miles City, raised sheep, had a banking career, and was noted for his honesty. He later...
Abstract The interior of the Kobey Shoe and Clothing Company store in Aspen, Colorado. Five employees pose behind counters; from left to right are Henrietta (Hetty) Reiss Kobey, Mark Kobey, Albert L. Kobey, Homer Van Loon, and John Parsons. Stacks of boxes and glass cases holding sales goods can be seen in the long interior shot.
Dates: circa 1918
Abstract Exterior view of the two story brick Kobey Shoe & Clothing Co. store in Aspen, Colorado. Two boys stand outside in the entranceway. A sign at the top of the building reads ''MEN'S & BOYS OUTFITTERS.'' Another sign reads ''The KOBEY SHOE & CLOTHING CO.'' and a sign on the awning reads ''THE HOME OF THE BEST MADE WEARING APPA[REL]'' Clothing and other sales goods can be seen in the window displays.
Dates: circa 1900
Abstract Leopold H. Goldman is shown pointing a pistol. Leopold Guldman opened the Golden Eagle clothing stores in Leadville and Cripple Creek, Colorado. In 1879, Guldman moved to Denver and opened the successful Golden Eagle Department Store.
Dates: circa 1931
Abstract Formal portrait of Leopold H. Goldman. He was one of Colorado's pioneer philanthropists. Born in Bavaria, he came to Colorado in 1870 in search of silver but found it more profitable to open the Golden Eagle clothing stores in Leadville and Cripple Creek. In 1879, Guldman moved to Denver the third and most successful Golden Eagle enterprise. For many years, it was Denver's leasing popular-price department store. Guldman's philanthropy contributed to the growth of National Jewish Hospital, the...
Dates: between 1925-1935
Abstract Bertha and Raphael Levy stand in the center, surrounded by their children. Jack and Hannah stand to Bertha's right, and Edward Levy is to Raphael's left. Kate and Ruth Levy are sitting in the grass. This photograph was taken in Denver, Colorado. Hannah and Jack Levy were the founders of the Fashion Bar retail women's clothing stores throughout Colorado.
Dates: circa 1929
Abstract Store owner Sam Marchick, left, his son in center, and an unidentified man and woman at right, in Marchick's Cheyenne, Wyoming store. A sign in back of large trunk reads "Shoe sale - pick em out." Another sign that is displayed between the two Marchick men, states, "Sale on pants." Samuel Marchick and his wife, Lillie (Rice), were born in Ostrovo, Poland. Sam Marchick came to the United States in 1904 and sent for his wife and children: Joseph, Benjamin, Jacob, Mary, Arline and Faye. The family...
Dates: between 1910-1920
Abstract Exterior of Max Cook Sporting Goods with neon signage. In 1924, Dave and Max Cook went into the sporting goods business, operating the first major sports store in Colorado.
Dates: between 1924-1932